547 S. Broadway,
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This early theatre was first operated by Samuel Stutz in 1909. It was taken over by William H. ‘Billy’ Clune who also operated Clune’s Broadway Theatre (now the closed Cameo Theatre) on the other side of S. Broadway. It opened in August 1914 as Clune’s Exclusive Theatre, and it catered for an audience of women & children only.
This must have closed as the Shell Theatre prior to 1941 as there is no listing in Film Daily Yearbooks of this theatre after that edition.
The building currently on the site is in retail use as a jeans store.
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