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Closed as a movie theatre in 2004, but was used for live music for a number of years afterwards.
This was built in 1913 as the Griffin Opera House. As seen on the marquee, the lat incarnation was spelled Town Cinemas (not Towne Cinema).
The article at http://www.stcatharinesstandard.ca/2012/10/02/old-lincoln-theatres-silver-screen-gets-a-second-life suggests the theatre lasted until 1987.
I think this may have been called the Crescent, not the Crystal. The 1917-18 city directory lists the Crescent Theatre at this address.
Address is 75 Lakeshore Rd E in Mississauga.
I think the Victory was a separate theatre from the Bradley. There’s a picture of it at http://i.ebayimg.com/00/s/NTU3WDg0NA==/z/mq0AAMXQAx9RS1CQ/$T2eC16V,!%29QE9s3HFf3cBRS1CQ,je!~~60_57.JPG and while I can’t see the theatre clearly, the address says Main Street whereas the Bradley is on Front Street.
Closed around 1984.
Address was approximately 30 Pleasant Street.
Located at 135-137 Main Street. Demolished.
Google Street View puts this around 196 Main St.
Now known as Batavia Showtime.
Open at least through January 1966.
Correct address is 15 S Edgemere St.
The theatre’s last movies were shown on November, 28, 2014. It shutdown rather than convert to digital projection.
News articles indicate that this closed in the summer of 2011, not 2014.
Wild Fig’s address is actually 167 Glen Street.
This theatre is open.
Based on the addresses of the businesses on either side this would put the Lake Theatre at about 107 South Main St.
This theatre is currently open. Correct address is 4624 Queen St.
Address was approximately 150 W Drive-In Rd.
Open as CinéStarz Orleans
This theatre is open as Rainbow Cinemas Elgin Mills
This is now called the Lincoln Alexander Centre and hosts live music as well as special events.
The auditorium still stands and is being restored for use by the Canadian Ballet Youth Ensemble.
This has closed down and become a nightclub.