El Dorado Theatre
5909 E. Broadway Boulevard,
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Architects: Henry George Greene
Styles: Spanish Colonial
ABC’s El Dorado Theatre was the first theatre in Tucson to accommodate multiple film formats, including 70mm. It had 725 seats. The official opening was June 14, 1967 with a world premiere of “El Dorado”. In June 1975 it was expanded with the addition of a second screen.
The El Dorado Theatre was later taken over by Cineplex Odeon, and in 1988 the original theatre and its addition were demolished. A 2,000-seat six-screen multiplex of the same name was built at a different location on E. Broadway Boulevard.
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