5518 Walnut Street,
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The Shadyside Theater, in the Shadyside section of Pittsburgh, opened in the early 1940s with 751 seats as a late-run neighborhood playing three double bills a week. That changed to two double bills a week in the late 1940s. In May 1958 it became a first-run art house with 623 new seats, beginning with “The Confessions of Felix Krull”. Sadly, during the final year or so, it was booked mainly with softcore sex films and “soft” versions of “Deep Throat” and “The Devil in Miss Jones”. Closed April 28, 1975 with a late run of “Chinatown”.
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