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Joy Theatre

Joy Theatre

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Joy Theatre

On August 21, 1943, Joy Theatres Inc. of New Orleans opened its 63rd location at the former Circle Theatre and it was renamed the Joy Theatre. The first program was “Leopard Men of Africa” and “Tanks a Million.” It was a third/fourth run ultra-discount movie theatre. By June 1948, there was no more Joy, as the theatre equipment was removed and the theater went dark. This photo is from March 1951 just prior to a million dollar renovation turned the Circle/Joy into an office building. On April 27, 1977, the Circle/Joy was demolished.

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