Teatro Alameda

Calz Independencia Sur 28,
Guadalajara 44100

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Architects: Carlos Crombe

Styles: Atmospheric, Spanish Colonial

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Teatro Alameda

Located on the corner of Calz Independencia and Calle Alvaro Obregon. The 2,800-seat Teatro Alameda opened as a cinema on 5th May 1942 with Henry Fonda & Joan Bennett in “Wild Geese Calling”(Vidas sin Rumbo). It was designed by architect Carlos Crombie in an Art Deco style on its exterior, with the interior in a Spanish Colonial/Atmospheric style. In February 1952 it suffered damage from a fire and the interior was reconstructed, reopening on 8th October 1952 with David Waynes & Jean Peters in “Wait Till the Sun Shines, Nellie”(Cabalgata de Pasiones). It was closed in the mid-1980’s.

The Teatro Alamdeda remained vacant for 20 years and was demolished (apart from the Art Deco style fa├žade) in 2006. A shopping mall, which also contains the 6-screen Cinepolis Alameda multiplex cinema, was built on the site (which has its own page on Cinema Treasures).

Contributed by Graeme McBain
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