434 W. Front Street,
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On November 11, 1925 a Wurlitzer organ (opus 1207) was installed in the building and the Liberty Theatre was opened December 25, 1925 with Harold Lloyd in “The Freshman”. Back in the early-1960’s this was a Walter Reade theatre and was one of two first-run theatres in the town. It was owned by an independent operator. By 1972 it was screening adult movies and it closed in December 1974. It was reopened in July 1975 plating regular movie, but this venture failed and it returned to an adult movie policy with a mix of Kung Fu and Blaxploitation films.
The Liberty Theatre was closed in December 1983. Today it operates as a small factory for Ductworks.
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