Manos Theatre

11 W. Broad Street,
Newton Falls, OH 44444

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The Manos Theatre was opened in late-1941. It was operated by the Manos Amusement Inc. of Toronto, OH. The Manos Theatre was still open in 1957.

Contributed by Ken Roe

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Joe Vogel
Joe Vogel on October 18, 2017 at 11:33 pm

The Manos Theatre building has not been demolished. After the theater was dismantled the building was converted to retail use, housing a hardware store for a while and then a nightclub. It is currently the home of a Mexican restaurant and lounge. The marquee has been removed and the front of the building completely remodeled.

The “Remebering Newton Falls” Facebook page features a number of photos of the Manos Theatre, including this pair, one of the front and one showing the auditorium.

The caption of another photo says it depicts the Manos on its opening day, but unfortunately no movie is advertised on the marquee so we can’t tell what year that was. As The Film Daily of April 25, 1941, said that th Manos circuit intended to build the Newton Falls project, if there was no delay it was probably opened before the end of 1941, but I haven’t found any published confirmation.

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