590 Fulton Street,
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Previously operated by: Keith-Albee
Architects: Charles A. Sandblom
Styles: French Renaissance
Previous Names: Montmartre Theatre
Smaller theatre located downtown Brooklyn at Fulton Street and Rockwell Place. The Montmartre Theatre was opened on September 2, 1927 with the French movie version of “Les Miserables”. In 1927 a Kilgen 2 manual, 4 ranks organ was installed. All seating was on a single level.
In 1928 it was renamed Momart Theatre and in December 1929 became a newsreel & short subjects theatre. The Momart Theatre operated until 1954, by which time it was screening Italian films.
It was demolished and the site has been used as a car park for many decades.
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