Bernardsville Cinema

Bernardsville Cinema

5 Minebrook Road
Bernardsville, NJ 07924
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Built in 1910 by Frank Allen, Bernardsville’s only cinema was renamed the Columbus Theater in 1913 by Joseph DeBelloni. Silent films were shown with dramatic piano accompaniment to enhance the experience. The venue was sold in 1918 to Harry Miller and was patriotically renamed the Liberty Theater. Talkies came in 1929. In 1933, the theater was given permission to show motion pictures on Sundays.

The theater has continued to operate as a cinema since its opening and has changed little on the exterior. The grand, 400 seat theater with a balcony was converted to a triplex theater in the late 1980s.

Today, visitors can enjoy blockbuster hits and independent films and movie concessions year-round.

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