146 Temple Street,
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Previous Names: Olympia Theater, Gordon Theater
The Olympia Theater was opened on September 13, 1915. It was equipped with a Wurlitzer theatre pipe organ and in the 1920’s the resident organist was Eddie Weaver, who held the post for 10 years. Around 1930 it was taken over by Paramount Pictures Inc. and renamed Paramount Theater. It was subsequently operated by their subsidiary Mullins & Pinanski. Mentioned in a post from the Bijou Theater in New Haven by Dwight F. who played organ there on Saturday mornings in 1963.
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