304 N. Market Street,
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The Joy Theatre at Mount Carmel had an arched front with center box office typical of the small town theatres of its era. It was opened June 5, 1915. It was taken over in 1916 by Theodore Coleman, an enterprising fourteen-year-old, who went on to have a long career as an exhibitor at Mount Carmel. The Joy Theatre was closed on July 30, 1920 with Enid Bennett in “What Every Woman Learns”.
Coleman opened the American Theatre two days later and later still the Uptown Theatre. His son, Keith Coleman, eventually took over both houses and built the Carmel Drive-In as well.
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