156 State Street,
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The Orpheum Theatre was one of downtown Hammond’s earliest theaters, opened in 1912, on State Street. Originally a vaudeville house, as much larger and far more spectacular theaters began to be built during the 1920’s, like the Parthenon Theatre, Paramount Theatre and State Theatre, which all hosted vaudeville acts early on as well, the Orpheum Theatre switched over to movies. By 1941 it was operated by Warner Bros. Circuit Management Corp.
The theater closed down in the early-1950’s, and has since been demolished.
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