714 Central Avenue,
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Architects: Harry Lawrie
Styles: Streamline Moderne
Previous Names: Booth Theatre
Built on the site of the Empress Theatre (which has its own page on Cinema Treasures). The 675-seat Booth Theatre was opened by the Booth Brothers circuit on June 4, 1931 with Jackie Cooper in “Donovan’s Kid”. By 1939 the seating capacity had been reduced to 625. Following a remodel into a Streamline Moderne style, it reopened on May 28, 1940 as the Arbor Theatre. It was still open as a movie theatre in 1957. It has since been demolished and a parking lot is now at this address.
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