110 Wyckoff Avenue,
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Opened on June 18, 1921 as the Reo Theatre, with 600 seats, it also had an open air roof theatre for use in the summer months. It stood on Wyckoff Avenue in the Ridgewood section of Brooklyn. It was listed in the 1930 edition of Film Daily Yearbook as (Closed).
Later renamed Wagner Theatre, it specialized in screening German films. Closed again in around 1939, due possibly to anti-German sentiments, it reopened again by 1943. In the late-1960’s the Wagner Theatre was operating as an adult movie theatre and in its final days it was showing Spanish language movies, finally closing in 1979.
Since demolished a Women’s Health Center has been built on the site.
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