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The retail arcade there was the former theatre building, per the article at http://www.dailybulletin.com/arts-and-entertainment/20160901/secret-in-pomona-forgotten-sunkist-theatre-was-owned-by-howard-hughes
Was this located at 649 Lowell St? The building there appears it could have been a cinema.
Address was 845 Main St. You can still see the building there on Google Streetview.
The 1935 Lyndonville directory lists this theatre as being on Elm Street. In fact the building at 48 Elm looks like a former theatre. Can anyone confirm this was the Gem?
This theatre still remains, or at least the lobby building does. It is on the corner of South Cedar Street and East 8th Street.
The Riviera burnt down. The organ probably went with it.
Using Bing’s overhead view it appears that 114 N Second St is a more accurate address than 216.
The theatre has reopened as a live theatre. http://www.inmantheatre.org/
This theatre has reopened as Flagship Premium Cinemas Falmouth.
Video from back in the day:
Also, correct address is 225 W Main St.
Per this article http://www.thesnaponline.com/news/local_news/art-teacher-captures-history-of-downtown-movie-theatres/article_9605c050-3c84-11e6-a621-4f4a2172c15b.html the building is not demolished, just derelict.
Currently for sale for $4.5 million.
This theatre reopens May 19, 2016 as the Downtown Movie Lounge. It shall be run by Imagine Cinemas.
The address for this is 102 N Main St. It currently serves as the American Legion building. Google Maps does not have a street view of this, but Bing does.
This theatre is demolished.
Actual opening date was December 28, 1920.
I am not sure when, but this theatre has closed.
The Cinema 3 closed on October 26, 2013.
Appears to be demolished now.
This was listed as the Cozy Corner Theatre in the 1914/15 AMPD.
The building at 818 S Broad St is listed as the Majestic Theatre in the 1920 city directory.
“Salem Lecture Hall” and “Opera House” are two separate listings in “Jno. B. Jeffery’s Guide and Directory to the Opera Houses, Theatres, Public Halls, Bill Posters, Etc. of the Cities and Towns of America” from 1883 and “Henry C. Miner’s American Dramatic Directory for the Season of 1887-‘88”.
The Salem Opera House stood at 5 Walnut Street.
Old photo of the Fenwick is at http://media.nj.com/star-ledger/photo/2014/02/-e9be243864f5fc12.JPG
The article at http://www.nj.com/salem/index.ssf/2014/12/salem_county_rewind_one_of_salem_citys_popular_movie_theaters_blacksmith_closes_up_shop_moves_out_of.html indicates the Fenwick has been demolished.