Outer Circle 1-2
4849 Wisconsin Avenue NW,
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Architects: Walter Woodhouse
The Outer Circle 1-2 opened May 22, 1970. Built as a twin with one auditorium to the left and the other to the right, as you walked in. The larger auditorium had 284 seats and the smaller auditorium 154 seats. The decor was plain, with auditorium walls decorated with the signs of the zodiac
The Pedas Brothers, who founded Circle Theatres, opened the moviehouse. Circle sold their theaters in 1988 to Cineplex Odeon, which merged into Loews. The Outer Circle 1-2 always showed arthouse movies. The theater was a few blocks north of the KB Cinema. With Landmark building theaters in the downtown and suburbs of Washington, D.C., the Outer Circle no longer was viable and it closed in 2004.
It was demolished in summer 2007.
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