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Princess: Berlin, New Hampshire
- Location, Town: Berlin
- Location, Address: Main St. [25 Green Sq. in 1991]
- Theater Name: Princess
- Alternate Theater Name(s):
- Owners: Wm. P. Gray owner, 1916, per bio of Gray (see Bijou, Lisbon Falls, ME Record).Mgr. C. Leveille (Motion Picture Trade Directory 1928); Ralph Gilbert, Mgr, (1929)
- Affliated with:
Operated by Publix Theatres Corp. (New York-New England Div), district mgr., J.J. Ford (Motion Picture Trade Directory 1928)Paramount (1946 FDY)American Broadcasting-Paramount Theatres Inc., 1501 Broadway, NY; Maine and New Hampshire Theatres Co., John Ford (1956 Yrbook of Motion Pictures)
- Date Opened: 1914
- Date Closed:
- Facility in 1990s: operating 1991
QDB/NHF Coll. 'Princess Theatre, Berlin, N.H.' showing Under Royal Patronage, Essanay. (ca. 1916).Bowers postcards, 'Princess Theatre and City National Bank, Berlin, N.H.' shows brick Princess with posters out front, recessed entry, ticket booth, white bank next door. Another view shows 'Main St. from Post Office Square, Berlin, N.H.' of Princess on right, two story brick building. Another shows 1914 carved in stone on building, large sign over doorway, 'all popular price program, 5 and 10 cents. 8 reels new pictures'
- Visited by NHF:
- Building today:
'In 1914 the Princess Theatre was built by a group of business men, including E.E. Pierce, P.J. Pickford, William Tipert and others. Ralph Gilbert is the present manager.' Includes photo of Princess, brick two-story block with three double doors in entryway, Princess Theatre over doorways, poster for The Diamond Master, a 1928-29 Universal Serial. (Berlin NH Centennial, 1892-1929, p. 79, 974.2b B455 Manchester Public Library)House Mgr. C. Leveille, MPTD 1929.Seats 700 (1946 FDY)1991 phone book 603 725-2511.
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- Nontheatrical or Drive-In: