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The movie years

Where the silver screen was truly golden

By Ed Siegel
Globe Staff / June 27, 2004

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If going from a vaudeville house to a movie theater sounds like a step down, then you never went to movies in a place like the Opera House. Or, as it was called in various incarnations from the late '20s to the late '70s, the B.F. Keith Memorial Theatre, the RKO Keith Memorial, and the Sack Savoy. (Full Article: 634 Words)

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