452 Main Street,
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The 750-seat Egyptian Theatre opened on Main Street on October 1, 1928, designed by architect Montana S. Fallis of Denver, who also designed the Mayan Theatre in Denver. Like the Mayan Theatre, Fallis used a then-popular revival style of another ancient culture, this time Egyptian, in this theatre’s decor. In the 1940’s it was operated by Fox Intermountain Theatres Inc. and they closed it in April 1959.
The Egyptian Theatre was beautifully restored to its original appearance in 1996 and continues to show movies today.
The theatre was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1993.
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