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Salem Tri-Cinemas

451 S Broadway
Salem NH

Demolished
Record #188  
 Opened: 1972
 Closed: 2002
 Demolished: Yes (date unknown)
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Current Organ: none
 Also Known As:
 Previously operated by: Jerry Lewis Cinemas, Cinema Four Corporation, National Amusements

Information for this tour was contributed by D. Davis.

The Salem Tri-Cinemas, which opened in 1972 as a Jerry Lewis Cinema, later became an intermediate-run house playing films after they debuted in nearby Lawrence, Massachusetts.

When Loews opened Loews Theatre at The Loop, a large 20-screen megaplex in the neighboring town of Methuen, Massachusetts, the old Salem Tri's days were numbered.

The cinema was also the only movie theater in the town of Salem and the last New Hampshire property for National Amusements. The theater closed in February 2002.



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Last featured 3/10/2002. Last edited 6/27/2013.

 
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