9428 Woodward Avenue,
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The Alhambra Theater, which opened in 1915, was an early design by C. Howard Crane, for the affluent neighborhood of Boston-Edison. It could seat about 1,475 and was originally operated by the Kunsky Theaters circuit.
In the late-1930’s, Crane’s firm completely remodeled the Alhambra Theater. Besides movies, the theater hosted live acts on its stage. Among the celebrities to perfom there was Gypsy Rose Lee.
After its days as a movie house ended, the Alhambra Theater was converted into a recording studio in the mid-1970’s.
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