Huron Luxury Cinemas

215 Dakota Avenue,
Huron, SD 57350

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Huron Luxury Cinemas

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This was the second State Theatre to open in Huron and it opened April 29, 1932 with Eddie Quinlan in “The Tip Off”. It was designed by architect Ursa L. Freed. On December 28, 1942 it was gutted by fire. Archtectural firm Liebenberg & Kaplan were commissioned to draw up plans for the rebuilt theatre which re-opened June 9, 1944.

It was twinned in 1976 and a third screen was added in 1994 when it was taken over by Logan Luxury Cinemas and renamed Huron Luxury Cinemas. A fourth has since been added.

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Ron Pierce
Ron Pierce on June 2, 2018 at 12:40 am

Actually this theatre has a pre-1998 history and has been expanded many times, with no record of the original building being demolished except for the top floor being removed. .
April 29, 1932: Opens as second State Theatre, architect Ursa L Freed.
December 28, 1942: Gutted by fire.
June 9 1944: Opens again, designed by Liebenberg & Kaplan.
1976: Theater twinned.
1994: Third screen added.

The news clips, ads and a photo are in the photo section.
(As noted on the these pages before, the first State Theatre became the Huron Theatre.)

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