1412 Farnam Street,
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The Sun Theater, which formerly sat on Farnam Street, in Omaha, Nebraska, opened on Thanksgiving Day (Nov. 30), 1916. It was operated by the Goldberg Brothers.
The lights in the almost 800-seat theater were shaped like sunbursts. The color scheme for the lobby and auditorium was red and ivory. The seating was so steep that one could climb from the balcony into the top row of the main floor.
During the 1930s the name of the Sun was changed to The State Theater. It remained open, mainly showing Walt Disney films, until 1969.
The Sun Theater was demolished in 1976.
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