663 E. Main Street,
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Previous Names: Jerry Lewis Cinema
This was one of the orginal 350-seat, single screen Jerry Lewis cinemas, opening in 1971. Designed for the novice to operate as a Mom and Pop theater with a concept for G and PG (M and GP), the theater was sold off to the Kerasotes Theatre group. It has been the only theater in Peru for decades.
After Kerasotes aquired the location, they added three walls to the west side of the orginal building and added a second screen. The theater played first run movies until September 1980, when the company switched to discount pricing and charged $1 per admission. This is believed to be the first such location for the company. A few shaky months after the price change, and the consideration to close, the business took off and the theater operates today, though not at a $1. Inflation for discount movies did occur. AMC took over Kerasotes, and they closed the Eastwood Cinema in 2010.
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