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Sunnyside Theatre  
Address 1045 Belmont Avenue
(modern address, 3451 SE Belmont Street)
Opening Night Seating Capacity 350
Original Theater Owner unknown
Original Theater Architect unknown
Years of Operation Opened in 1913
Type of Musical Accompaniment unknown
Current Status Operating

The Sunnyside Theatre was a small neighborhood theatre that opened in east Portland in 1913.

Portland’s street numbering changed in 1933. The theater was renamed the Avalon Theater in 1935.

Circa 1970s, the theater was converted into a multiplex. In 1987, part of the facility was converted to game room use.

References: FilmYearBook-1926 p. 568 : Cinema Treasures website; Oregon Historical Society website.

 

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