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This theater opened in 1914 as the Colonial Theater. In 1934, it became the Beverly Theater, named after the daughter of Mike Barovic, the theater’s manager.
The building was completely remodeled in 1931, with a shiny black vitrolite and nickel-silver exterior.
The Beverly Theatre was replaced by the Telenews Theatre in 1945. The new owners remodeled the theater and gave it a new neon marquee. The Telenews lasted until 1949. For the most part, it showed newsreels, travelogues and documentaries. In 1949, it became the Broadway Theatre, owned by L.E. Allen. I am unsure how long it ran as the Broadway.
The building was demolished in 1988.
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