Peerless Theatre

212 S. Interocean Avenue,
Holyoke, CO 80734

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Functions: Movies (First Run)

Phone Numbers: Box Office: 970.854.3545
Manager: 970.854.3545

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Peerless Theatre

The Peerless Theatre was opened by 1921. It was still open as a movie theatre in 1979. It has been renovated and is now part of the Peerless Center. The Peerless Center includes a movie theater, dance studio, basketball court, meeting rooms and a live performance stage.

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Don Lewis
Don Lewis on September 5, 2010 at 11:42 am

Taken in 2010 a photo of the PeerlessTheater Holyoke.

Trolleyguy on July 30, 2016 at 11:29 am


MichaelKilgore on September 15, 2019 at 9:33 am

Mrs. Bert Lewis of the Peerless Theatre joined Allied Rocky Mountain Independent Theatres in early 1959, per a note in the April 2, 1959 Motion Picture Daily.

MichaelKilgore on November 19, 2019 at 5:41 pm

Motion Picture Herald, Aug. 14, 1948: “Clarence Brass has sold the Peerless, Holyoke, Colo., to Mearle and Bert J. Lewis.”

MichaelKilgore on November 24, 2019 at 7:54 pm

Boxoffice, June 4, 1979: “The Statz family, which has taken over the Peerless Theatre in Tolyoke (sic), Colo., will be a 100 percent family-type operation. Husband Ralph will do the managing and wife Linda will do the cashiering while son Chip will be the projectionist and daughters Robyn and Aalyn will handle the concession counter.”

MichaelKilgore on June 14, 2020 at 6:11 pm

Motion Picture Exhibitor, Jan. 13, 1965: “The Peerless, Holyoke, Colo., recently acquired by Chad and Kay De Castro, was opened in time for the holidays.”

SethG on April 26, 2023 at 9:01 pm

Website needs to be corrected to:

This theater was open by 1921. The building does not appear on the 1911 map. The auditorium was originally quite a bit narrower than the front. Looking at the back on streetview, it seems quite modern, and the roofline is definitely a different shape than on the ‘50s postcard.

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