Loew's Kameo Theatre
530 Eastern Parkway,
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Opened as the Cameo Theatre on 8th February 1924 with Jane Novak in “Lullabye”. An additional attraction in the summer months was the 1,500 seat open-air roof garden theatre which first opened on 13th June 1924.
In 1925 the Cameo Theatre was taken over by Loew’s and re-named Kameo Theatre. In its final film theater days it became part of the Brandt chain. This large Eastern Parkway former theater now houses a church congregation.
I haven’t a clue what it looks like inside, but the exterior facade is grimy but intact, except for the large marquee which is now gone.
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