1884 Niagara Street,
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This theater on Buffalo’s west side, opened in 1913 as a free-standing two-story structure. Around 1929, the theater closed, to re-open in 1934 as the New Jubilee.
In the later 1940s, Hungarian movies and entertainment were sometimes offered. Sid Cohen, who also operated the Allendale Theater for a time, ran the New Jubilee in the 1930s and 1940s. A remodeling took place in 1950, but the next year, the theater closed.
It still stands, housing a marine supply store.
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