115 N. Broadway Street,
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The Miller Theater opened on May 1, 1922 with Rudolph Valentino in “Beyond the Rocks”. In addition to movies, live stage shows, and musical programs, celebrity appearances were also featured. It was equipped with a Wurlitzer 3 manual, 11 rank organ. By 1943 it was operated by Fox Midwest Theatres.
The Miller Theater closed on March 18, 1970. The Wurlitzer organ had been restored especially for the final night and was played by noted organist Gaylord Taylor. It was demolished in 1972. The organ was put into storage and in 1981 it was installed in the Little River Studio and expanded to 19 ranks.
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