235 W. Grand Avenue,
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The Wisconsin Theatre opened on February 2, 1939 with Eleanor Powell, Robert Young and George Burns in “Honolulu”. The original seating capacity was for 900 in its single screen, and the theatre was designed by local architect Donn Hougen.
It was owned by Mr & Mrs Eckart, who also operated two other theatres in Wisconsin Rapids, the Rapids Theatre and Palace Theatre. The Wisconsin Theatre was featured in the ‘Best Theatres’ edition of Motion Picture Herald on June 24, 1939.
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