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Closed and demolished years ago. Please update status.
Please update name to reflect the 14 screens
Update name please to Heirloom Arts Theatre
Correct name is Digiplex Cinerom Torrington.
This theatre is not open. It has been closed for many years.
The address was 125 Danbury Road.
The Gaiety was demolished in 2012.
A new Amenia Drive-In opened in 2013. I am adding a new listing for it.
This theatre is closed.
The theatre is reopening on May 23, 2014 as the Apple Cinemas Waterbury 10. It will be operated by the same people who run the Apple Cinemas in Cambridge, Mass.
Address was 232-236 W Main St.
This should be listed as open as the cinemas have reopened since the tornado in the same building, although with additions and renovations.
Previously called the Skyview from 1948 until 1966.
Shouldn’t this be listed as closed and demolished since, while the old Paramount was at one time a movie theatre it is now totally gone, and the new Paramount has never been a movie theatre?
Looks like this was restored and reopened in 2012 as rehearsal space and space for small productions.
Address in 1978 city directory was 400 Hilltop Square Shopping Center
1329 Broad St in 1915 city directory.
1409 Broad St in 1915 city directory. Now demolished.
Here are the ones I have listed on Summit. Oddly enough, I have not found one called the Gayety there, but you say there was.
Toledo, OH Alhambra Theatre 237-9 N Summit St
Toledo, OH Colonial Theatre 443-5 N Summit St
Toledo, OH Crown Theatre 422 N Summit St (aka Regent)
Toledo, OH Empress Theatre 406 N Summit St
Toledo, OH Hart Theatre 605 N Summit St
Toledo, OH Priscilla Theatre 330 N Summit St
Toledo, OH Royal Theatre 425 N Summit St
Toledo, OH Star Theatre 106 N Summit St
517-519 Delaware St.
Thanks for the great info, Joe! I just got through looking at the 1913 Toledo City Directory and added like 40 theatres from that era to the listings at CinemaTour. Using Google streetview it surprises me that quite a few old theatre from over 100 years ago still exist!
No, there isn’t security. It is a small theatre run only by the owner. People go to this type of business precisely to have encounters with strangers.
In 1913 the Valentine is listed at 409 Saint Clair St. while the Victory Theatre is listed at 414 Adams St. A couple years 414 Adams is listed as the Metro Theatre with 197 seats. What gives? Was there a small storefront theatre in the building? Was there a small building next door?
1916 cannot be the correct opening year as the Princess is listed in the 1913 Toledo City Directory at this address.