326 Kennedy Street NW,
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Previously operated by: Warner Bros. Circuit Management Corp.
Architects: John Adolph Emil Eberson
The Kennedy Theater, one of a number of John Eberson-designed Washington movie houses, was opened June 15, 1939 by Warner Brothers Circuit Management Corp. and the opening movie was Bette Davis in “Juarez”. It was located on Kennedy Street, near 3rd Street. The Kennedy Theater closed in 1974 as a theater. It most recently was home to a church.
All but the facade has now been demolished, and the facade now serves as the entrance to a new building.
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