2157 Atlantic Boulevard,
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Previously operated by: Cabart Theaters Corp
Firms: Schilling & Schilling
Styles: Art Deco
The Brayton Theatre opened on July 25, 1925 with House Peters in “Head Winds”. It was equipped with a Marr & Colton 2 manual 8 ranks organ. After it closed in 1950 it became a church. By 1950 it was operated by Cabart Theaters Corp.
It reopened in 1966 showing serials etc on Saturday & Sunday mornings as part of the ‘War on Poverty’ as a Teen Post, reaching acting skills to youngsters in the neighborhood. It went over to double feature revival programs. It closed for good on February 25, 1971 with Lee Marvin in “Monte Walsh” & James Stewart in “Cheyenne Social Club”.
It was later torn down to make way for a Filipino church.
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