1230 1st Street,
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Previous Names: Hippodrome Theatre
Located at the corner of 1st Street and Randolph Street. The Hippodrome Theatre was opened November 23, 1920. In 1923 it was equipped with a Smith 2 manual 11 ranks pipe organ. It was taken over by Fox West Coast Theatres and re-named Fox Theatre, reopening on August 31, 1929 with Edmund Lowe in “In Old Arizona”. During the 1940’s it was operated by Blumenfeld Theatres.
The Fox Theatre was still listed as open in 1952, but closed in October 1958 when it was converted into a 12-lane bowling alley which opened in January 1959. It was later demolished and the Archer Hotel now stands on the site.
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