Central City Cinema
10789 Old Halls Ferry Road,
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The Jerry Lewis Cinema was one of a trio that operated in the St. Louis market. When it first opened June 2, 1972, it showed mostly family fare. The theatre also had a small organ to the side of the screen that was used infrequently. The theatre was decorated in mostly a burnt orange color with brown accents. The walls were lined with orange draperies. Later, it was booked by the Arthur Theatre chain for a while and was renamed the Central City Cinema.
Later operating as an adult movie theatre it was closed in May 1979. The building is now a church called the Cathedral of the Crossroads. They have added a large steeple to the front of the theatre and white columns also. They have kept the front entrance doors and ticket booth intact and from the sides and back there is no mistake that this was once a theatre.
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