Hudson's Garden Theatre
3rd Avenue and Ocean Avenue,
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Previous Names: Bonnie Airdome
The Bonnie Airdome opened June 20, 1914 and closed in the fall of 1918. It reopened as Hudson’s Garden Theatre on June 20 1919. It had a matinee at 3PM for 20 cents. Evening shows at 7:30 and 9PM were 30 cents. Smoking was permitted.
On July 14, 1920, the Garden Theatre showed D. W. Griffith’s “Scarlet Days” and on July 15th, the theatre featured Bryant Washburn in “Why Smith Left Home”.
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