34750 Woodward Avenue,
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Previously operated by: United Detroit Theaters
Firms: Bennett & Straight
Styles: Streamline Moderne
The Bloomfield Theatre was the third theater to be built in Birmingham. The Bloomfield Theatre was constructed on the east side of Woodward Avenue a short distance south of Brown Street. It opened in 1941, with seating provided for 957, all located on a single floor.
Unlike the Kunsky Theatre, Birmingham, the Bloomfield Theatre was strictly a movie house. It lacked both the large, deep stage of its predecessor as well as dressing rooms for vaudeville performances or actors which might appear from time to time at the older theatre. It was also somewhat smaller.
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