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Article in the Westerly Sun March 1, 1950 states that the drive-in was in the final stages of construction and would open by April 30.
It played across the US in minor situations as well as in public halls and church auditoriums, sponsored by church gorups. It was shown dubbed in English, mostly in 16mm prints.
Announced but not reviewed by The New York Times.
Sharing a booking with the Strand in Hope Valley.
This theatre showed movies in the immediate postwar period. HOTEL BERLIN and HOLLYWOOD CANTEEN played here in 1945 according to ads found in the Westerly Sun. At that time they shared bookings with the Strand Theatre in Hope Valley.
“Golgotha” was the 1935 French-made film by Julien Duvivier with Harry Baur.
A 1934 American film, BOTTOMS UP.
A film as timely today as when it was made.
I loved the Larry Edmunds Bookstore next door. I visited when in Hollywood.
When it was the Caruso Theatre.
DETOUR is actually one of the best noir films of all time, made on a shoestring budget.
This theatre may have been known as the Mystic in the 1910s. Newspaper ad found.
MICKEY was a Mabel Normand picture.
References to and ads for this venue seem to be only for the year 1919; so the place as a movie theatre may have been short-lived.
Located in the same village shared by Westerly, RI.
Looking up toward Social Street,
A spire of St. Ann’s Church visible on left beyond Clinton Street.This whole area was leveled as a victim of “urban renewal.” Where the theatre was now features a Walgreen’s Pharmacy.
This is a shop in town, not the theatre itself.
Theatre also referred to as WONDERLAND or WONDERLAND OF THE EAST.