Kai-Gee Theater

710 Main Street,
Rochester, IN 46975

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The second moving picture theater to open in Rochester, IN was the Kai-Gee Theater (pronounced K-G). The name is supposed to mean “awful good” in Chinese. The owner was Earl Jessen. This theater opened in 1908 at 716 Main Street In 1913, the Kai-Gee Theater closed and re-opened at 710 Main St. The Kai-Gee Theater lasted another four years at its second location and closed for good in 1917.

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