Holyoke Theaters

by Laurel | April 7th, 2010


At the theaters, Holyoke, 07 April 1950.

Note sixty years ago April 7th was Good Friday. Below is a schedule for the Holyoke theaters for this day, titles linked to IMDB if you are interested (clicking will open a new window).

Holyoke Theaters

Theaters will not be open until 3 p.m. in observance of Good Friday.

Suffolk: “Christopher Columbus,” 3, 6, 9:05; “Bodyhold,” 4:14, 7:30.

Loew’s State: “Tight Shoes,” 1:18; 7:51; “Butch Minds the Baby,” 3:08, 6:11, 9:20.

Victory: “Masked Raiders,” 4:55, 8:04; “Malaya,” 3, 6:05. 9:15.

Strand: “The Hatchet Man,” 4:35, 7:35; “Farewell to Arms,” 3:10, 6:10, 9:05.

Bijou: “Ichabod and Mister Toad,” 3:15, 6:05, 8:0; “Holiday Affair,” 1:20, 7:15.

Majestic: “Joe Palooka Counterpunch,” 1:20, 7:35; “Stampede,” 3, 6, 9.

From the Springfield Republican, April 7, 1930, page 30.

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