110 N. Pearl Street,
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Architects: Drew Eberson
Previous Names: Mark Strand Theatre
The Mark Strand Theatre was opened November 19, 1920 by the Marks Brothers. It was billed as “New York State’s Most Beautiful Theatre”. Seating was provided for 1,993. It was equipped with a Wurlitzer 2 manual 12 ranks theatre pipe organ. By 1941 it was operated by Warner Bros. Circuit Management Corp. It was remodeled in 1960 to the plans of architect Drew Eberson and the seating capacity was reduced to 1,693.
The Strand Theatre was still operating as a movie palace by Stanley Warner in May 1965, when The Beatles movie “Help” was screened, supported by a 3 Stooges comedy. In November 1968 it was playing “Bullet” starring Steve McQueen.
It has been demolished and the site is now a parking lot.
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