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Did they film, Time for Terry, here in the 60’s?
Did they remove one of the screens at some point?
According to this link, that entire block was built in 1961. The Mission was most likely was razed prior to construction.
Theater was built in the 1930’s
Constructed in 1928
About what year did this open originally?
Was there a bar beneath The Rivoli during the 60’s called the “Underground”?
This theatre opened in 1987…..demolished for a CVS
The building is still intact, but the theater itself has been gutted and serves as the Habitat For Humanity ReStore.
Owners never put anything into its upkeep…hence, twenty something years of candy and God only knew what else had accumulated on the floors.
This theatre stands today….houses the United Way offices directly behind the Cleveland Summit.
This was the Village theatre and is still standing today. became the Village twin in 1985.