295 Essex Street,
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E. M. Loew’s Salem Theater opened in 1953. It’s interior was modern. The walls were wallpapered, the ceiling was plain tile, and the aisles had carpet runners. All seating was orchestra, and because the theater was one story, there was no balcony or even a mezzanine in the rear. The seats moved forward slightly so that the person could recline a bit. That was innovative for its time. Otherwise, the theater was quite nondescript. It was closed in 1985.
It burned in the late-1990’s or early-2000’s and was razed.
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