4600 Wisconsin Avenue NW,
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Previously operated by: K-B Theatres
Architects: Albert Goenner
News About This Theater
The Studio 1-2-3 was opened by K-B Theatres on March 22, 1972, in a building that housed C & P Telephone Company offices. From the Brandywine entrance, moviegoers took an escalator to the theater lobby.
Two auditoriums sat about 140 people each. The smallest auditorium could hold only about 74. Each auditorium was a different color.
The Studio closed in the spring of 1991.
The 1987 opening by Cineplex Odeon of the more luxurious, spacious six-screen Wisconsin Avenue Theater (at 4000 Wisconsin and closed in 2006) resulted in an oversupply of screens in Northwest Washington and contributed to the closure of the Studio 1-2-3. The Studio had the smallest auditoriums of all the movie theaters in Northwest Washington.
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