554 W. Broadway,
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Originally opened as the Dohany Opera House in 1883. It was renamed Strand Theater in 1916 and was owned by A.H. Blank Theaters (Paramount Publix), when the theater opened it seated 593. It was remodeled in 1927 to the plans of architect Henry J. Schneider. It was operated by Fox Midwest Theatres from 1940 through 1955, and from then until 1964 NTT Amusement. It reverted back to the Fox Inter-Mountain chain until the late-1960’s. It was finally operated by an independent operator and closed December 31, 1973 with “Paper Moon” & “Play it Again, Sam”. The building was destroyed by fire on December 11, 1974.
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