Information for this tour was contributed by Roger Katz.
The 600-seat single screen Forest Theatre opened in 1930. It was remodeled after a fire in 1965. The theatre showed second-run films and was struggling to stay in business, as are most sub-run theatres nowadays.
2002 photos from the Roger Katz collection.
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