1745 Belmont Avenue,
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The Belmont Theater was opened on December 3, 1948 with Cary Grant in “Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House”. It was built for and operated by Wellman Theatres Inc. The theatre stood at the intersection of three major roads, one of which was Belmont Avenue. The theater had a car park with a capacity for 500 cars.
The exterior in tapestry brick, had a slender tower feature which had the name ‘Belmont’ on top, and ‘Theater’ was mounted on the facade above the entrance. Inside the auditorium the style was Baroque, with a modern touch. One of the facilities was the provision of a crying room, which seated 30 patrons.
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