313 W. Ferry Street,
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Originally a smaller theater located a block away, this theater opened in 1915, at a cost of $240,000. Had two Austin organs, and often featured an orchestra through the 1920s. Became part of the Basil Brothers chain in 1933, showing movies after they ran at Basil’s Lafayette in downtown Buffalo. A $50,000 remodel came with sound in about 1928. (Believed to be the first Buffalo community theater with sound).
Running weekends only at the end, it closed in 1961. There is supermarket on the site.
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