No one has favorited this theater yet
Richard Buchanan built a new theatre in downtown Hydro that would have a 30-year run. Buchanan opened the the Hydro Theatre in September of 1937 as a replacement for the Wilson Theatre that had opened in 1925. It was the second movie house with that name as the former Wilson Theatre/Royal Theatre carried the Hydro Theatre nameplate for a brief period.
Buchanan sold the Hydro Theatre nine months later in 1938. From that point forward, a number of operators ran the theatre into the 1960’s. Other than a few short periods of closure in the 1950’s, the small town of Hydro was able to support movie theatres for more than 50 years.
Just login to your account and subscribe to this theater.