104 E. Ocean Boulevard,
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Previous Names: Loew's State Theatre
The 1,800-seat Loew’s State Theatre was built in 1919 as part of the Markwell Building (later renamed Jergins Trust Building). It was opened on December 19, 1920 and first operated as a vaudeville/movie theatre. It was a full time movie theatre by 1926 although vaudeville was part of the program into the mid-1930’s. By 1950 it was operated by Cabart Theaters Corp. It was still open in 1976. It was demolished in July 1985 to make way for a mall.
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