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Flicker Palace


2002 Photo from the Adam Martin collection
5589 Old Troy Pike
Huber Heights OH

Closed
Record #4508  
 Opened: 1975
 Closed: 2001
 Current Use:
 Demolished:
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Current Organ: none
 Also Known As: Jerry Lewis, Huber Heights, Huber Heights Movie Palace

Information for this tour was contributed by David Sparks.

The Flicker Palace opened as the Jerry Lewis Cinema in the late 1960s and later became the Huber Heights Cinema from 1972-75. It was renamed the Flicker Palace in 1975 and closed in 1995. A year later, it reopened as the Huber Heights Movie Palace with "Independence Day" and closed for good in January 2001 with "The Grinch".

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August 2002 photos from the Adam Martin collection.


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Last featured 11/18/2002. Last edited 12/24/2008.

 
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