Guild 45th Theatre
2115 N. 45th Street,
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Previously operated by: Landmark Theatres (USA)
Architects: George B. Purvis
Previous Names: Bruen's 45th Street Theatre, Paramount Theatre, 45th Street
Originally opened in 1919, the Guild 45th Theatre was named the Paramount Theatre for about seven years before the downtown Paramount Theatre opened. In 1933 it was renamed 45th Street Theatre. Around 1955 it was renamed Guild 45th Theatre. It became the Pink Theatre which was given an Art Deco style remodel. The Pink Theatre which had 490-seats, stadium seated, had its marquee removed for safety reasons in January 2022.
A second screen was built in 1984, named the Blue Theatre, two doors down from the main theatre. It had about 200-seats, stadium seated, in 2013. Landmark Theatres closed both theatres on June 5, 2017 ‘for refurbishment’. The marquee has been removed after being hit by a truck.
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