16-18 S. King Street,
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The Apollo Theatre was opened on January 5, 1920 with vaudeville and movie shorts. It was equipped with a Moller organ which was opened by organist John Rhoads. It was rebuilt to the plans of architect William Harold Lee and re-opened on December 10, 1937 as the King Theatre with Bette Davis in “That Certain Woman”. It was equipped with a Wurlitzer organ. The King Theatre was still open in the 1960’s. It was demolished in the late-1980’s.
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