182 Center Avenue,
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Westwood Cinema (Official)
Functions: Movies (First Run)
Styles: Streamline Moderne
Previous Names: Pascack Theatre
The Pascack Theatre was opened on August 30, 1928 presenting vaudeville & the movie “The Skyscraper” starring William Boyd. It is a little gem just off the main drag in Westwood, New Jersey. Unfortunately, the beauty of the theatre is hidden behind the walls of this sixplex. The Pascack Theatre was 1,275 seats including the balcony. Operated by the Skouras Theaters Corp. chain in the 1940’s, United Artists turned it into a quad on December 13, 1985.
The theatre was subsequently sold and now has six screens, two in the original orchestra, two in the balcony, and two on the original stage. The Wurlitzer Theatre Pipe Organ was removed in 1997 and relocated to the Brook Theatre in Bound Brook, New Jersey. By 2018 it had been renamed Westwood Cinema.
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