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Coolidge Corner Theatre | Brookline, Massachusetts
I often think of an old friend when I see this photo. One of my treasured memories of the Coolidge was sitting in the back row of the main auditorium with her, watching the movie and munching on a giant bag of popcorn that she smuggled in.
The Coolidge Corner Theatre was built as a church in 1906 and transformed into a movie palace in 1933. The Art Deco theater was slated for demolition in the 1980s until a local real estate developer purchased the building in 1989 and leased the Coolidge to a nonprofit, ensuring its survival as a cultural institution in Brookline.
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