Loew's Strand Theatre
501 S. Salina Street,
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Architects: Thomas White Lamb
Previous Names: Strand Theatre, Warner's Strand Theatre, RKO Schine Strand Theatre
The Strand Theatre was opened on March 17, 1915 with Blanch Sweet in “The Warrens of Virginia”. It seems to be one of the forgotten theatres of Syracuse. An exterior photo in a 1930 trade journal shows it as Warner’s Strand Theatre. From 1936 to 1943 it was part of the RKO Schine Circuit and was renamed RKO Schine Strand Theatre. From 1945 until 1959 it operated as Loew’s Strand Theatre. It was closed on August 16, 1959 with Frank Sinatra in “Hole in the Head”. It was striped out and demolished to built a municipal parking lot.
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