103 N. Barstow Street,
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The 800-seat O'Klare Theatre was opened by 1926. It was closed by 1931 and for several years it went into commercial use. The O'Klare Theatre was remodeled to the plans of architectural firm Liebenberg & Kaplan, and the New O'Klare Theatre was opened on June 14, 1935 with Gearge Burns & Gracie Allen in “Love in Bloom”. It was operated by Minnesota Amusement Co. All 500 seats were on a single floor. By 1940 it was operated by Paramount Pictures Inc. through their subsidiary John Friedl.
On September 28, 1951 it was renamed Uptown Theatre, but this was short lived and it closed in 1952.
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