State Theatre

333 5th Avenue,
Pittsburgh, PA 15222

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Previously operated by: Rowland and Clark Theaters

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State Theatre

The State Theatre was opened on February 20, 1922 with Mabel Normand in “Molly O”. It opened with 727 seats. It was equipped with a theatre pipe organ supplied by Peloubet & Co. of Oakland, CA. My uncle told me that this theatre showed second run films after the other downtown theatres were through with them.

The State Theatre was closed on June 30, 1954 with John Payne in “The Blazing Forest” & Robert Stack in “Sabre Jet”. It was converted into a bank.

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Trolleyguy on August 9, 2019 at 8:39 am

Picture from the late 1930s uploaded to Photos section.

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