Fulton Theater

E. Jefferson Street and S. 3rd Street,
Cuba, IL 61427

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The Orpheum Theater in Cuba opened on West Side Square (S. 3rd Street) by 1916. In the late-1930’s, the name was changed to the Cuba Theater, and a few years later, it received a final name change, the Fulton Theater. The Fulton Theater closed during the 1950’s, and was later converted into a bar.

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Joe Vogel
Joe Vogel on October 3, 2016 at 1:21 pm

An Orpheum Theatre was operating in Cuba as early as 1916, when the May 20 issue of The Moving Picture World ran a brief notice that the house had suffered a small film fire that was extinguished by placing a galvanized box over the projection machine.

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