Liberty Theatre

Verona, PA 15147

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The Liberty Theatre had 380 seats according to the 1941 & 1943 editions of Film Daily Yearbook. In the 1950 edition the seating was 286.

Contributed by Patsy

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Joe Vogel
Joe Vogel on April 14, 2010 at 1:01 am

The earliest mention of the Liberty I’ve found in Boxoffice is from the issue of July 7, 1935, which mentions the operators as Rudolph Navari and B. L. Stoner. A June 9, 1945, Boxoffice item about the sale of the Liberty to the Camerlo brothers says that Rudy Navari, the seller, had been an exhibitor at Verona for 26 years. I haven’t found references to Navari connected with any other theaters at Verona, so it’s possible that the Liberty was in operation by 1924, though I’ve found no confirmation for this.

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