5607 St. John Avenue,
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Styles: Streamline Moderne
The Belmont Theatre opened in 1913 seating 506. The front facade was rather unique, with a terra cotta with different color stones protruding from the surface.
The theatre had a central entrance with the box office to the side. It had a large triangular-shaped marquee. About half way up the front on each side of the marquee there was a portico to protect the patrons from the rain or snow while in line.
The Belmont Theatre had a large lobby in a Moderne Deco style with bright carpeting. There were benches and couched that matched the carpeting. Three aisles led into the auditorium which was also decorated in a Art Deco style.
The Belmon Theatret outlasted a lot of the neighborhood houses in Kansas City but closed in 1969 and today houses a church.
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