Roth's Silver Spring West Theatre
8244 Georgia Avenue NW,
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Architects: Warren G. Sargent
Firms: Faulkconer & Proctor
Previous Names: Seco Theatre, Roth's Silver Spring Theatre
The Seco Theatre opened on November 7, 1927 with Wallace Beery in “Fireman, Save My Child”. It was designed by architects Faulconer & Proctor and was equipped with a Robert-Morton 2Manual/4Rank theatre organ. By 1941, the Seco Theatre was operated by Warner Bros. Circuit Management Corp.
The theatre was remodeled in 1953 by architect Warren G. Sargent and it was renamed Roth’s Silver Spring Theatre. Later changed to Silver Spring West to distinguish itself from the nearby Silver Spring East.
The Silver Spring West Theatre was closed in June 1991 and was converted into a church. It was demolished in November 2015.
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