8725 Flower Avenue,
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Previously operated by: K-B Theatres
Styles: Streamline Moderne
Previous Names: Flower Avenue Playhouse
This impressive Streamline Moderne jewel by architects John J. Zink and Frederick L.W. Moehle was opened on February 15, 1950 by the K-B Organization. The opening film was Bob Hope in “The Great Lover”.
K-B closed the Flower Theatre in 1979. It was taken over by an independent operator in 1980 and was twinned, re-opening on September 26, 1980. In 1983 two additional screens were built next to the original theatre. The two small theatres closed in May 1995 and the Flower Theatre closed in January 1996 because of flooding. It then become a church.
The church moved out in early-2008 and the building was ‘For Lease’. By March 2016 another church were leasing the building.
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