1351 Wisconsin Avenue NW,
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Architects: William Nichols
Previous Names: Dumbarton Theatre
Opened as the Dumbarton Theatre in August 1913, a 460-seat playhouse, this theatre started showing movies sometime later. It was designed by architect William Nichols in a Gothic Revival style.
Located on Wisconsin Avenue NW in Georgetown, the movie house was renamed the Georgetown Theatre in February 1950. It had been remodeled in 1948 in Streamline Moderne style. The Georgetown Theatre was closed in 1986 and is today used for retail.
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