4763 S. Packard Avenue,
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One of the Milwaukee south-suburban area’s oldest theatres, the Cudahy Theatre was located on S. Packard Avenue at E. Barnard Avenue.
The Cudahy Theatre opened in 1914, built by Andrew Gilbert, who sold it in 1928 to Martin Grimm of neighboring South Milwaukee. After operating the theatre for a number of years, Grimm sold it to Raymond and Oliver Trampe, operating as Cudahy Theatres.
Operating into the early-1960’s, it was razed in mid-August 1964, at the request of the city’s then mayor Lawrence Kelly. The site now contains an office building.
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