11 Branford Place,
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Architects: Fred Wesley Wentworth
The Branford Theatre was opened December 17, 1920 with Fred Wentworth as architect. It was long one of the top movie theatres in downtown Newark due to its link to the Stanley-Warner circuit. To achieve a seating capacity of 2,844 in the auditorium, lobby and stage facilities were kept to a minimum, earning the Branford Theatre a reputation as a “big barn” without architectural distinction. It was converted into four screens on September 15, 1978. It was demolished in 1985.
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