30432 Euclid Avenue,
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Probably the only cinema that ever existed in the tiny suburb of Wickliffe east of Cleveland, the Wick-Willo Twin was housed in the rather absurdly named Wick-Willow Mall, which is a rather small building that looks like millions of other small block-like buildings across the country that house professional offices and small shops.
Fronting on Euclid Avenue, it opened in 1974 and closed in 1977. The two small auditoriums had few notable or decorative features, with small screens and simple Soundfold drapery. There was no real marquee, just a simple changeable-letters sign on the front of the building.
After closing, the space that the cinemas occupied was converted retail and office use and there is no indication remaining that a cinema was ever housed in the structure.
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