Bagdad Theater

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This theater was built in 1927 by Universal Studios. It housed both moving pictures and vaudeville-type shows and plays. Now a cinema and pub, it is said to be the favorite haunt for a man who once hanged himself backstage and another haunt whose residence is said to be the women’s powder room.

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Geographic Information

3708–26 SE Hawthorne Blvd.,
Portland, Oregon
United States

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45.5120389, -122.62569029999997
Multnomah County, Oregon
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