1600 Genesee Street,
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Previously operated by: Basil Brothers Theatres
Architects: Henry L. Spann
Previous Names: Basil's Genesee Theatre
Basil’s Genesee Theatre was opened on October 12, 1927 with Glen Tryon in “Painting the Town”. It was equipped with a Marr & Colton 3 manual organ which was opened by organist Dusty Rhodes. It was still open in 1956, but had closed by 1957. It reopened and closed again in 1966. Reopened on January 9, 1970 and soon began screening adult movies. It finally closed in 1979. It was demolished in 1985 and the site is now a parking lot for the adjacent Super Price Choppers supermarket.
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