4902 Seventh Avenue,
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Previously operated by: Standard Theaters Management Corp.
Architects: Charles O. Augustine
Previous Names: Butterfly Theatre, New Butterfly Theatre
Charles Pacini opened the Butterfly Theatre on March 17, 1917. Following a refurbishment it reopened as the New Butterfly Theatre on September 2, 1932. Following another refurbishment it reopened as the Hollywood Theatre on May 10, 1941. It was closed on May 2, 1954 with Edward G. Robinson in “The Glass Web” & Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis in “Scared Stiff”. It is now the Polish Legion of American Veterans Post 34 in Kenosha, Wisconsin. It is now the PLAV’s banquet hall.
The theatre was built strictly for movies, and had some of the most popular serials of the day in Kenosha.
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