Maumee Indoor Theatre
601 Conant Street,
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Previously operated by: Jack Armstrong Circuit
Architects: George Howard Burrows
Functions: Movies (Second Run)
Styles: Streamline Moderne
Previous Names: New Maumee Theatre
Opened on September 1, 1946 with Tom Breneman in “Breakfast in Hollywood” & Ted Donaldson in “The Return of Rusty”. The New Maumee Theatre still has its original Streamline Moderne style tower that’s located above the marquee. It was originally a single screen theatre with 750 seats. This has now been reduced to 494 and a second screen seating 125 has been added.
The city of Maumee purchased the building in 2000 and restored and renovated it in 2003-2004. The theater now shows second-run films and is operated by Great Eastern Theatres.
The Maumee Indoor Theatre was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1998.
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