Sun Ray Theatre
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This early cinema in the Bushwick/Broadway Junction area of northeastern Brooklyn was originally known as Pearl Theatre. It was opened in August 1914, and was designed by architect Albert C. Kunzi, with all seating on a single floor.
In 1931, it was renamed Sun Ray Theatre, but closed in 1932, as yet another victim of the simultaneous arrivals of sound movies and the Great Depression.
When viewed in June 2013 (and comparing the site with an E. Belcher Hyde map dated 1929), the building still exists, and is in use as an auto repair shop.
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