1445 Washington Avenue,
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Previously operated by: Wometco Theatres
Architects: Robert E. Collins
Styles: Art Deco
The Cameo Theatre, a Miami Beach landmark and gem of Art Deco architecture, designed by Robert E. Collins was opened on November 4, 1938 with Will Fyffe in “To the Victor” & Isla Miranda in “The Lie of Nina Petrovna”. It has been transformed into a Crobar nightclub, sister to those in New York, Chicago, Hollywood and Buenos Aires.
This theater was a favorite subject of painter Davis Cone, and appears several times in the book, “Popcorn Palaces”.
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