1812 Chestnut Street,
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Opened on July 7, 1967 with Michael Crawford in “The Jokers”, Theatre 1812 was an independent first-run theatre of the 1960’s and 1970’s, that eventually switched to adult films.
It closed and became a meeting hall for the city teachers' union, then was leased by Budco and reopened as the Palace Theatre in the early-1980’s. When AMC acquired Budco it was said that this was the only single-screen theater in their chain. It closed for good in November 1992.
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