185 Cambridge Street,
11 people favorited this theater
Functions: Conference Center
- Bowdoin Square Theatre
- C. Walsh Theatre
- West End Pussycat Cinema
- Olympic Theatre
- North Station Cinema I-II-III
News About This Theater
The Charles Cinema was opened April 7, 1967, and had, for a time, the biggest movie screen in Massachusetts. It was a great place to see an ‘event’ movie, like “The Empire Strikes Back” or other blockbusters. The style was modern and simple. The Charles Cinema was the “Astor Plaza” of Boston: a top-notch presentation with a huge audience.
The Charles Cinema was built for the Walter Reade circuit. The Charles Cinema eventually became part of Loews and was closed in 1994.
Just login to your account and subscribe to this theater.