88 Tremont Street,
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Architects: Clarence H. Blackall
The Tremont Temple was an important film venue in downtown Boston from about 1910 to the late-1920’s. It presented feature films, often on a reserved-seat “roadshow” basis. Just as the nearby Old Howard was “a theater which looks like a church”, so the Tremont Temple was a church which looks like a theater. It was designed by prominent theater architect Clarence Blackall, and it has a theater-like facade and ornate auditorium with two balconies and theater seats rather than church pews. Movie presentation rights were leased out to various operators.
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