198 East Avenue B,
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A photograph appeared in Exhibitors Herald and Moving Picture World on May 12, 1928. It shows a bearded 84 year-old R.M. Stanton, owner of the Odeon Theater, paying a visit to Paramount Studios in Hollywood. He was handing a ticket to his Wendell theater to actress Doris Hill. However, it was noted that patrons of the Odeon Theater pay not as they enter but as they leave.
As early as 1909 the Sanborn Insurance Co. listed this location as a dance hall, skating rink and theater. The Film Year Book of 1928 listed the Odeon Theater with 250 seats but it wasn’t in the 1945 edition.
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