State Theatre

143 Fourth Avenue,
Troy, NY 12180

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The State was one of downtown Troy’s many theaters. It was built by the same architect as the American (Cinema Art). It closed in the early 60’s and was quicky demolished for a parking lot, which it remains to this day. The theater’s seats were all on one floor, and it opened as the Rose (by the Rosenthal family). It later became the State.

Contributed by Joe Masher

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Jack Theakston
Jack Theakston on September 10, 2012 at 5:22 pm

Not sure, but I think this was on Fourth STREET, not AVE. Film Daily lists it as the latter, which I think is a typo.

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