34 Brookline Boulevard,
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The Boulevard Theatre opened in 1928, built by Salasin and Freed, who had built the Narberth Theatre the year before. It was later renamed Brookline Theatre. I went to this theatre in 1976, when my job was as a “movie inspector” – what you’d now call a mystery shopper. I saw “Murder by Death” so many times that I could recite the dialogue, and I knew when Maggie Smith’s line to David Niven was coming up that would always cause the kids to howl. Good family-style theatre.
It was closed in 1982, and it’s now a gymnasium.
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