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  • Ana Francesca Ching Vargas

    Paramount Theatre, Newark, New Jersey.

  • Jan Sharp

    Forgotten Paramount Theater, Newark, New Jersey Opened on Market Street in 1895 and later remodelled in the Art Deco style, the Newark Theater – as it was originally known – was one of the most popular attractions of downtown Newark. Renamed the Paramount, it featured vaudeville (variety shows) and later film before the curtain fell for the final time on April 1, 1986. Mae West set a box office record at the Paramount Theater in 1939 and a young Jerry Lewis worked there.

  • Liz Weisblatt

    Spectacular Abandoned Theatres and Cinemas of the Northeastern United States: Paramount Theater, Newark, New Jersey

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