6210 St. Clair Avenue,
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The Norwood Theatre was built in 1913 to the plans of architect of Ralph M. Hullett of Cleveland. The long-running neighborhood theatre was one building away from the corner of Norwood Street. The theatre was retrofitted for sound to remain competitive.
The theatre closed briefly as new operators Maurice Chase and Herman Hunt decided to make a major update to the facility in 1947. The Norwood Theatre relaunched with a grand reopening on December 10, 1947. The Norwood Theatre survived television and a shifting population likely closing at the end of a second leasing period in 1962.
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