United Artists Theatre
823 MacDonald Avenue,
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Styles: Streamline Moderne
Previous Names: T & D Theatre, Califoria, Theatre, Fox Richmond Theatre
The T & D Theatre was opened August 27, 1922. It was designed by architect Albert W. Cornelius. On January 12, 1924 it was taken over by West Coast Theatres and reopened as the California Theatre presenting 5-acts of Vaudeville on the stage and House Peters in “Held to Answer” on the screen. It was taken over by Fox West Coast Theatres reopening as the Fox Richmond Theater on August 1, 1931 with the World Premiere of Clark Gable in “Sporting Blood” and Stan Laurel & Oliver Hardy in “Our Wife”. It was remodeled in 1936 to the plans of architect F. Frededric Amandes. Around July 1953 it was renamed United Artists Theatre. It was closed September 27, 1957.
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