538 Main Street,
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Built on the site of the Pastime Theater which opened as a movie theatre on February 22, 1908. Following alterations it was reopened December 16, 1911. It was burnt down around 1925 and a new Pastime Theater was built.
The Pastime Theater was operated by Warner Bros. Circuit Management Corp. by 1941. Armstrong Theaters operated it in the 1960’s and 1970’s. After they opened the Plaza Cinema, Armstrong operated the Pastime Theater as a dollar house in 1974 and 1975. It never had air conditioning; big fans in pipe chambers cooled it in summer. Managed for many years by Jim Hale.
A balcony has been added, so seating capacity will increase if the theater reopens. The stage area has been enlarged. The Pastime Theater had an organ, but do not know status.
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