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Source: Joseph Barron
It opened Thursday, October 14, 1937, with the classic feature "The Bride Wakes Up". It wasnt built as a theater, it was converted into one. It closed Fall, 1998 when Steve Kursinsky and Marcy Goyette bought it from Stan Fetting, who, with his late wife Betty, ran the place since 1968. It was arsoned 11:30 pm on May 22, 2000, it was a 4 alarm fire, over 300,000 gallons of water was used to try to extinguish it, but by morning, only the burned out shell of the 60 by 106 theater remained.