332 Market Avenue North,
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Previous Names: Alhambra Theater, Ohio Theatre
Built in 1913 by lumber dealer Phil Bernower and Valentine L. Ney. The Alhambra Theater was opened on June 19, 1913 with Albert Egbert in “The Temperance Lecture” & Geoge Siegmann in “Half a Chance”. It ran silent movies, and had an orchestra, the Bernower Orchestra. Following the installation of HVAC system on July 10, 1936, it was renamed Ohio Theatre and was operated by Warner Bros. Circuit Management Corp. It was damaged by a fire in 1969. Repairs were carried out and it reopened as the Reinco Theatre.
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