1500 Laurel Street,
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Architects: Frederick W. Quandt
Styles: Streamline Moderne
The Laurel Theatre opened in February 19, 1949 with John Wayne in “3 Godfathers”. It had a large 1,200-seat auditorium (single level, no balcony). The loge seating area at the rear had Heywood -Wakefield Airflo TC-706 rocking seats. The main seating area had H-W Encore TC-700 style seats.
The theatre was a porn house for a short while in the late-1970’s.
Second run features ran at the complex in the early-1980’s, but the theatre closed around 1982 and remained vacant until 1999 when it was torn down.
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