449 Genesee Street,
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The New Columbia Theatre opened April 15, 1915 by the Model Theater Company, at a cost of $100,000. It had 1,200 seats which were priced at 5 and 15 cents. Interior was made to resemble a classic art gallery. Had live entertainment with movies through the 1920’s and 1930’s.
The Gammel chain took over around 1940, and ran the theatre until the end, in 1956. It was converted into a church and was demolished 1963/1964.
Genesee Street in Buffalo had seven theaters in 1950 and only one by
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