Mount Holly Theatre

214 N. Baltimore Avenue,
Mount Holly Springs, PA 17065

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I found one site that said the Holly Theatre opened in 1945 (it is not listed in early-1940’s editions of Film Faily Yearbook). It opened as the Holly Theatre and through the 1950’s it was operated by Allied Theatres. Later became an independant.

It is located in the main part of town on N. Baltimore Street at Church Street. I couldn’t find when the name change took place but would assume when it became an independant. I am sure the name came from the town it is located in.

If anyone has further information the the Mount Holly it would be appreciated.

Contributed by Chuck

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1posterfan4sure on April 19, 2009 at 11:44 am

This theatre is no longer in operation and has been transformed into an apartment building called Center Stage Apartments. This little theatre had a bit of a notorious reputation in the early 1970s when it was called the “Holly Art Theatre” and showed XXX porn. The owner, an old guy with a craggy voice and some kind of New Yorky accent used to do radio commercials for it on one of the Carlisle stations. They were hysterical. I’ll never forget the one for one particular feature. It went something like this: “Now showing at da Holly Aht Theatre. "Thar She Blows.” The story of men and women who go down to the sea in ships.“ Priceless.

1posterfan4sure on April 19, 2009 at 1:01 pm

This theatre is no longer in operation. At last word it has been converted into an apartment building known as the Center Stage Apartments.

carolgrau on February 8, 2010 at 12:06 pm

This theatre was owned by Helen and Richard Jones, they also had Silver Springs Drive-In, as well as a hotel in Mexico.. I worked for them a long time..

randytheicon on May 1, 2010 at 9:35 pm

Holly Theatre was open circa 1992-93. At that time there was a sizable stage under the screen, which was perfect for the “Rocky Horror” cast that performed there. (The shows usually sold out, despite the theatre’s rather remote location and the movie’s availability on video.)

kyma86 on January 14, 2016 at 1:59 pm I just found a picture of what it used to look like. I currently live there and am trying to find out more information about it. But it is hard to find pictures or any information.

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