2105 Pennsylvania Avenue NW,
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The Circle’s Art Deco stylings were a bit tattered by the time it became a repertory house in the 1970’s and 1980’s showing double features with a matinee of only $1 (full price was $2).
Many homeless people found comfort in the not-so-comfortable chairs.
The screen was small, the house lights were dark, the deco trimmings were crumbling, but it was a popular haunt for older films.
The theater was adjacent to “The Inner Circle” which ran first and second run movies.
Both theaters were demolished in the early-1980’s to make way for a parking garage.
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