3116 S. Salina Street,
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Opened 1929 and designed by architect Michael J. DeAngelis, the Riviera Theatre was the first movie theatre in up-state New York to be built and designed specifically for the presentation of talkies. In later years the Riviera Theatre had been running as an art house.
It was closed in 1968, when the roof caved in due to heavy snows. The building was demolished in 1975.
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