Normandy Theatre

7324 Natural Bridge Road,
Pine Lawn, MO

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remiss63 on September 20, 2006 at 7:25 pm

I’ve found some newpaper clippings related to this theatre as well as a drawing for an earlier design. The undated newspaper clipping announces the opening of the theatre. From the typography, it appears to be from the St. Louis Globe-Democrat which published other articles about Armstrong’s buildings from time to time.

This clipping includes the architect’s rendering of the theatre shown lit up at night-time with many people walking toward the marquee. A tall Art Deco inspired tower design includes a vertical sign that reads NORMANDY in all capital letters.

The text below the image reads as follows: “Movie theatre of modernistic design to be opened Wednesday at Normandy, St. Louis County. It has a seating capacity of 700. Architect, Harris Armstrong. Henry Thiebes & Sons, builders.”

Andrew Raimist

remiss63 on July 28, 2005 at 6:55 pm

do you know of anyone with a photograph, drawing or article about this movie theater? i’m writing a book about saint louis architect harris armstrong and have not been able to find any document referencing it.

JAlex on April 4, 2005 at 1:06 am

Years of operation were 1937 to 1951.

Wehrenberg leased the theatre in 1939.

Architect was Harris Armstrong.