New Colton Theatre
250 E. Valley Boulevard,
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The Colton Public Library says that the New Colton Theatre was demolished in 1967 for city redevelopment. The city directory placed the theater at 250 East I Street, which was later changed to Valley Boulevard.
The builder was Lionel Meyers with Clifford A. Balch serving as the architect of the theater, which was planned in 1938. There was an earlier Colton Theatre operated by Mr. Meyers therefore the name, New Colton Theatre.
Advertisements for Westinghouse televisions in the Los Angeles Times in 1949 and 1950 listed the New Colton Theatre as one of the sellers of the television. The Film Daily Yearbook of 1950 listed the theater with 927 seats.
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