1110 Grandview Avenue,
No one has favorited this theater yet
This independently operated theater was called the Duquesne Heights Theatre until apparently June 1, 1923.
Then, or later, it became the Grandview on Pittsburgh’s Mount Washington, overlooking the Golden Triangle/Downtown, with its view of the three rivers.
Long a late-run theater, it became a secondary art house of sorts in the mid-to-late 1950s. If memory serves, it played the first-run Pittsburgh engagement of Gene Kelly’s "Invitation to the Dance."
It regularly thereafter played re-releases of film classics and first-run documentaries.
For decades the property has been occupied by one of Pittsburgh’s most upscale restaurants, Le Mont.
Just login to your account and subscribe to this theater