Cedar Lee Theatre in Cleveland Heights turns 85 on Dec.1
CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, OH — On December 1, the Cedar Lee Theatre will celebrate its eighty-fifth birthday by showing the famous Charlie Chaplin film “The Gold Rush” which played at the theater when it opened in 1925. Although now operating as a six-plex, the lobby retains many of the original features. It is one of the last operating neighborhood theaters in the greater Cleveland area, and now presents primarily art and foreign films.
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