South Station Theatre
Summer Street and Dorchester Avenue,
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This theatre was located in a busy downtown railroad station. The South Statio Terminal Theatre was opened by 1932. According to a Boston Globe article published on December 27, 1983:
“In the old days if you had time to kill before catching a train, there was the South Station Theatre which featured newsreels, short subjects, Bugs Bunny and Betty Boop cartoons and ‘March of Time’ films”. It was closed around 1955 and was converted into a chapel.
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