Heart of Ridgewood Theatre

1448 Myrtle Avenue,
Brooklyn, NY 11237

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The Heart of Ridgewood Theatre was located on Myrtle Avenue near Menahan Street. This theatre is included on a list of motion picture theatres for the principal cities of America, published in the September 3, 1910 edition of Billboard. The proprietor was Charles Seydel Jr. Operating until 1913, it was also known as the Pride of Ridgewood Theatre.

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johndereszewski
johndereszewski on April 22, 2016 at 6:46 am

If the buildings depicted on the Google map include the old theater’s address, then the building was probably not demolished but just re-used for another purpose. All of these wood frame houses were built before the 1910’s. In all probability, this was a tiny Nickelodium type theater that had a pretty brief existence and then closed up shop.

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