760 Penniman Ave – Penn Theatre

26 Jun

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PENN Theatre. Sitting directly across from Kellogg Park at 760 Penniman. Built in 1941, the doors opened 3 days before the attack on Pearl Harbor. This Plymouth landmark is home to thousands of memories for many that live in the area. Watching a movie here is a must. For Showtimes and more history visit:http://www.penntheatre.org/history.html

3 Responses to “760 Penniman Ave – Penn Theatre”

  1. Mary Vallier-Kaplan April 26, 2014 at 8:23 AM #

    844 Penniman Avenue also has a house in front of a house. In the mid-late 1950’s a dentist Dr. Robinson built the brick part of the house along the street side having this dental practice on the right side of the house and their home on the left side. His daughter Shawn was a friend of mine during grade school and I remember it well.

  2. Kelly duvall December 5, 2016 at 11:16 AM #

    What was the 1st movie played at the Penn?

  3. jamessalamay December 5, 2016 at 9:45 PM #

    The first movie shown at this theatre was a movie called “Weekend In Havana”.

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