112 S. Broad Street,
1 person favorited this theater
Open since at least 1920 when a Kimball organ was installed, this theatre made the New York Times on 2/17/1932 when the local police record sentenced three schoolboys, charged with having broken the lock of the theatre’s exit door to see a movie, to receive ten lashes each and pay a $5 fine. The officer then descended from the bench and administered the flogging himself with a borrowed strap.
The theatre is still listed in the 1951 Film Daily Yearbook.
The building was converted into housing for the elderly in 2013.
Just login to your account and subscribe to this theater