5612 Baltimore Boulevard,
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The Hyattsville Theatre opened on November 21, 1939 with a matinee performance of “The Roaring Twenties” and showing in the evening Jackie Cooper in “What a Life” and Grant Mitchell in “The Monroe Doctrine. It was designed by John Eberson in elegant Art Moderne style for the Globe Amusement Co. under the direction of Sydney B. Lust. Interior decorations were by the Rambusch Decorating Company and included a white statuette in the illuminated coves on each side of the proscenium. All seating was on a single level.
The Hyattsville Theatre closed in 1965, and has since been torn down.
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