the star family theater
- 1004 Fourth Avenue in the Goldberg and Pearlman Building
- seats 400 people
- Grand Opening: Saturday, June 18, 1910
- Spring 1919: Sold by G.W. Torrence to The Coraopolis Amusement Co., Messrs Kaszner, Davis, and Baughman (William Baughman was the manager)
- Closed: August 8, 1919 (turned into a bowling alley)
- silent films
- 1914, Dec 2nd – Using Seeburg Motion Pictures Players and Seeburg Solo Orchestrations (Seltzer Automatic Music Co., Inc, 431 Liberty Ave., Opp. Wabash Depot, Pittsburgh
- 1917, Jan 10th – New York Movie Star Frankie Mann appears live to promote her new starring vehicle "The Sex Lure"
- 1920, Jan 14th – Wanted Notice (classifieds): At once, two hundred theatre chairs. Coraopolis Amusement Co., 1004 Fourth Ave., Coraopolis, Pa.
ACTRESS FRANKIE MANN
Actress Frankie Mann makes a live appearance at the Star Theatre in Coraopolis on January 10, 1917. Here are some photos of her and her work (none of it necessarily connected to Coraopolis - just meant for context).
moving picture bulletins
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