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Old Movie Theaters

Posted by Emily Sweeney  July 2, 2009 05:56 PM

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In case you haven't heard... the Wollaston Theater has been sold. A campaign to restore The Wolly is now underway.

And speaking of old movie houses....

The New England Institute of Art is hosting a photo exhibit called "Celluloid Dreams: America's Vanishing Movie Palaces & Drive-In Theaters." It features the work of photographer Stefanie Klavens, who snapped snapped pictures of big screens all over the country. The exhibit runs through July 20.

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