Willow Movie Theatre
5255 Yonge Street,
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Architects: Herbert George Duerr
Styles: Streamline Moderne
Previous Names: Willow Theatre
The Willow Movie Theatre was a modern movie theatre on the east side of Yonge Street near the intersection of Yonge Street and Ellerslie Avenue in Willowdale, Ontario, a growing suburb of Toronto (now part of the North York region of Toronto). It opened June 17, 1948.
It was best known for its large block-glass entrance, and locals recall the around-the-block lines for its double-features, as it was one of the last Toronto-area theatres to run a double. It remained an independent theatre until its closure in 1987, when a Cineplex Odeon multi-screen was opened at Yonge Street and Shepherd Street about 2km (1.25 mi) south. The site is now a condominium.
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