1500 Pittsburgh Street,
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Previously operated by: Mulone Theatres
Architects: Victor A. Rigaumont
News About This Theater
- Nov 6, 2009 — Pittsburgh's Cheswick Theater closing
Opened as a single screen, 722 seat theatre in 1948. In 1966 a second screen was added and it became the first twinned theatre in the city of Pittsburgh. On October 22, 1976 two more screens were added in a separate building across the street. On December 25, 1999 the original theatre was split into three screens and stadium seating was added.
It existed as a fourplex with stadium seating and the twin (across the street) with traditional seating which was later closed and converted into a hardware store. The remaining screens in the original building played first-run films and the occasional art film. It was closed on November 5, 2009. Demolished in March 2012.
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