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  2. Majestic Theatre (East St. Louis) - Wikipedia

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    The Majestic Theatre is a historic movie theater located at 240–246 Collinsville Ave. in East St. Louis, Illinois. Built in 1928, the theater replaced a 1907 theater which had burned down. The Spanish Gothic theater was designed by the Boller Brothers, who were nationally prominent theater architects.

  3. Majestic Theatre 240 Collinsville Avenue, East St. Louis, IL 62201 Closed 1 screen 1,743 seats 9 people favorited this theater Overview Photos Comments View larger map → Additional Info Previously operated by: B-A-C Theatres, Paramount-Publix Architects: Carl Boller, Robert O. Boller Firms: Boller Brothers Styles: Gothic Revival Nearby Theaters

  4. Majestic Theater of East St. Louis - The Flash Nites

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    Majestic Theater of East St. Louis . . . And now podcasting Normally we write, but this time we recorded our story about the Majestic Theater. Listen on Soundcloud › A little history To many, East St. Louis is synonymous with the likes of Detroit, Michigan, and Gary, Indiana.

  5. Majestic Theater: an Abandoned Theater in East St Louis, IL

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    Locations Majestic Theater Majestic Theater Located in East St Louis, IL Also Known As: Redmon's Majestic Theater Genre: Theater Comments: 87 Built: 1928 Opened: 1928 Age: 95 years Closed: 1960 Demo / Renovated: N/A Decaying for: 63 years Last Known Status: Abandoned Photo © 2009 Tom Kirsch, opacity.us View full size photo Majestic Theater History

  6. Majestic Theatre | After the Final Curtain

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    The Majestic Theatre opened on February 26, 1928 in East St. Louis, Illinois. It was designed by the Boller Brothers for Harry Redmon and Fred Leber. The Boller Brothers were known for the Missouri Theatre in St Joseph, Missouri. The Majestic was nicknamed “The Million Dollar Theatre” due to the high costs of building the theater.

  7. Built St. Louis | Metro East | East St. Louis

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    The Majestic Theater opened in 1928, as part of the St. Louis-based Samuel Komm Theatre chain. The theater closed in 1960. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1985.

  8. Majestic Theatre - Clio

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    Majestic Theatre was built in East St. Louis in 1928. At the time it was a highly acclaimed theatre, with innovative advances that were unlike other theatres in the city. The theatre closed in 1960, and remains closed today.

  9. Photos of Majestic Theatre in East St. Louis, IL - Cinema ...

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    Photographs of Majestic Theatre. Roger Ebert on Cinema Treasures: “The ultimate web site about movie theaters”

  10. The Abandoned Majestic Theatre in East St. Louis, IL

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    ABANDONED AMERICA Majestic Theater, East St. Louis, IL Photograph taken at an abandoned Majestic Theater, East St. Louis, IL by Matthew Christopher of Abandoned America. 👉 Join Abandoned America on Patreon for high quality photos & exclusive content 👉 Make a one-time donation to help keep the Abandoned America project going

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