502 Lincoln Avenue,
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Located in the company town of Parco (built and owned by Producers and Refiners Oil Company), the Rialto Theatre was opened in 1925. Like the entire town, it was designed in a Spanish Colonial style by Denver architects William E. Fisher & Arthur A. Fisher. It was soon re-named Parco Theatre, and was listed as (Closed) in the 1941 and 1943 editions of Film Daily Yearbook.
By 1950, it had reopened and had been renamed Sinclair Theatre, as the town had been re-named Sinclair in 1942 (after the new owners of the town, the Sinclair Refining Company). It closed in 1970. Today the building is in use as a community hall.
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