252 Huntington Avenue,
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In the late-1960’s this theatre was carved out of the first floor of a building across from Symphony Hall on Huntington Avenue in Boston.
It was an art house showing a mixture of off-beat, independent American, and foreign-language films. The seating was not raked and it was often difficult to see all of the screen (and subtitles) if you were in a bad spot. The programming was very interesting and adventuresome, however. It disappeared, I believe, by the end of the 1970’s.
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