142 E. State Street,
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Previously operated by: Associated Theatres
The Stacy Theatre was opened on October 6, 1923 with Hope Hampton in “The Gold Diggers. Listed in the 1951 FDY as operating.
MikeH’s post from the Trenton Strand captures some of its history:
“Dad also had the Stacy Theatre on State Street directly across from the Mayfair Theatre. The Stacy Theatre housed the offices of Associated until it burned in the 1960’s. It was larger than the Mayfair Theatre (guessing 1,200 seats) and much older. It was our "B”-first-run and played the lower half of the Universal product (Frankenstein, Abbot & Costello, etc.) and mainly action stuff like “Robin Hood” and the like. It was definitely my favorite theatre and was where I caught the movie-business fever that served me so well during my working life.
Both the Mayfair Theatre and Stacy Theatre had balconies".
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