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Source: Jack R. Miller
In the 30's and 40's this was known as the Woodside Theatre, operated by the Bernstein chain. Early 40's remodeled to become the Royal until it closed and was reopened as an adult theatre. It's projection booth was very small and could only be reached by a straight-up ladder from the lobby area.