Rivoli Theatre

225 Broad Street,
Rome, GA 30161

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RIVOLI (nee ELITE) Theatre; Rome, Georgia.

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The Elite Theatre was opened in 1911. It was remodeled in 1925 and again in 1928, when it was renamed Rivoli Theatre. By 1936 it was owned by Lam Amusements. It closed in 1955.

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JackCoursey on January 7, 2007 at 5:27 pm

Here is a resent photo of the former Rivoli.

AndrewBarrett on February 20, 2008 at 4:00 am

According to Bowers' “Encyclopedia” page 551, the Rivoli had a Reproduco organ made by the Operators Piano Co. at one time.

1234 on November 1, 2009 at 4:41 pm

Just finished an article on the Rivoli published in the Atlanta Chapter ATOS November 2009 newsletter. Go to their website and go to that newsletter.

1234 on March 22, 2010 at 4:55 pm

Actualy the Rivoli opened as the Elite Theatre on Nov, 9,1911.
In 1925 the Elite was completely remodeled and re-opened as the Rivoli on Oct. 5, 1925. In July of 1928 the Kilgen organ was installed and a new facade and marquee where placed on the front of the building. The Rivoli closed in 1955 and became a shoe store, it has been several retail establishments over the years and is currently a pet store. The upper portions of the 1928 facade are still there.
The Reproduco was installed in the 1925 re-model.

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