25-29 N. Main Street,
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The Luzerne Theatre was built by Thomas Alexander (Alexopoulos) and Louis Marinos in conjunction with the Comerford Corporation in Luzerne, Pennsylvania near Wilkes-Barre. It opened in 1925 and is listed in the 1926 edition of Film Daily Yearbook as the Marinos Theatre with 500 seats.
The theatre ran continuously until Memorial Day of 1969 when a fire destroyed the entire block. In its final five years the Luzerne Theatre was known primarily for exhibiting foreign and art films.
The Thomas Alexander and Louis Marinos families also had theatres in Forty Fort, PA and Wyoming, PA.
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