1096 E. Bridge Street,
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On January 14, 1956, Boxoffice reported: “Brighton … has a new motion picture theatre – the new Skyline Theatre, which has opened for business with the showing of "White Christmas”. The $135,000 theatre is owned by a nine-man corporation, and is located at the corner of Bridge Street and 11th Avenue. James Kennedy, former editor of the Douglas (Wyo.) Enterprise, and an official in the Gibraltar Theatre chain, is manager; Nerwin Reed, Glenrock, Wyo., publisher, president; and Ainslie Davis, of the Davis Audio-Visual Company of Denver, Colo., is secretary-treasurer. The new theatre is a 700 seater".
Google Street View from July 2018 shows the theater building bricked solid, and Google Maps indicates the location as “Knights of Columbus”.
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