7401 Collins Avenue,
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Architects: Albert Anis
Functions: Beauty Salon
Styles: Streamline Moderne
The Normandy Theatre opened on January 28, 1948 with Bob Hope & Bing Crosby in “Toad to Rio”. It was a mid-sized theatre that was located on Collins Avenue directly across from the Surf Theatre in Miami Beach.
By 1951 it was owned by Claughton Theaters (a small chain of theatres in Miami), it was later taken over by the Wometco chain. I remember little about this house except that it usually played first run films. It was closed around 1987, but soon reopened, finally closing in 1989. In recent years it has been a recording studio. By 2017 it was a training center for beauty saloon workers.
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