East Huntington Drive,
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Opened in 1924, on Arcadia’s still sparsely-built Huntington Drive, this small theatre had a construction cost of only $20,000, but the owner, Charles E. Hess, paid an additional $12,000 for an organ to provide accompaniment to the silent movies.
The theatre operated through the 1930’s as Dean’s Arcadia Theatre, and was then sold to the rapidly expanding Edwards Theatre Circuit. Edwards did not operate the theatre for long. On February 7th, 1942, the Arcadia Theatre was destroyed by fire.
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