595 Clinton Street,
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Previously operated by: Randforce Amusement Corp.
Architects: William I. Hohauser
Styles: Streamline Moderne
Situated in the Red Hook section of Brooklyn, the Clinton Theatre was built in 1939-40 by the Randforce Circut, with William I. Hohauser as architect. Designed in a contemporary, modern style, it was larger than most subsequent-run, neighborhood movie houses, with about 600 of its 1,644 seats in a traditional balcony. Much of the Clinton Theatre’s patronage was expected to come from a new 2,500-family housing project being built by The City of New York. The Clinton Theatre was closed in 1964.
A daycare center stands on the site of the demolished theatre.
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