Central Square Cinemas
415 Massachusetts Avenue,
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Functions: Medical Center
The Central Square opened in 1968. Located between MIT and Harvard, the programming consisted mostly of recent foreign films and revivals of mostly foreign films. Its competition was the Orson Welles Cinema further up on Massachusetts Avenue.
The most famous bit of programming here was Philippe de Broca’s 1966 “King of Hearts”, which ran for four years or so and spawned a huge cult following that gave the film new life across the United States. The Central Square Cinemas closed April 1, 1980.
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