127 W. 3rd Street,
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Built on the site of the Lycoming Opera House. Opened in March 28, 1919 as Keeney’s Theatre, with 1,650 seats. It was taken over by new owners in 1927 and renamed Keystone Theatre. A Marr & Colton organ was installed in the Keystone Theatre in 1928. By the early-1940’s the Keystone Theatre was operated by Paramount Pictures Inc. through their subsidiary Frank Walker. The State Theatre was part of ABC Theaters of Pennsylvania, a Scranton-based chain, in the early-1970’s.
It was demolished in 1978.
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