Opened: October 23, 1940
Closed: May 16, 1953
Current Use: Retail
Capacity: 850 seats
Current Organ: none
Also Known As:
Previously operated by: United Theaters
Information for this tour was contributed by Michael J Rouillier.
The Algy was a cool neighborhood single screen theatre with the classic 1940s design for the interior and exterior.
Closed since at least the 1950s. Now used by a glass blowing business "Rosetree Glass Studio." I personally toured the closed theatre before the glass blowers took over the property. It was the cool classic "nabe" from the late 1940s. The vintage projection booth has been kept.
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November 2009 photos from the Scott Neff collection.
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