Main Street and Elm Street,
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Located at the corner of Main Street and Elm Street. The 876-seat Blanchard’s Theatre was opened on November 28, 1911. It was mainly a live theatre, but also screened movies. In 1916 the Blanchard Brothers built the Hippodrome behind their theatre, which later became the Strand Theatre and has its own page on Cinema Treasures.
Blanchard’s Theatre was destroyed by a fire in 1927 and a new building was built on the site, which today operates as a church.
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