402 Main Street,
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Architects: Hugo H. Clausen
Previous Names: Schubert Theater
The Schubert Theater opened on April 6, 1920, and owned by Bud Schubert, was for many years the only movie house in this town of only a few thousand people. Mr. Schubert also owned the hotel across the street.
In 1948, a competitor, for some inexplicable reason, built a new Gooding Theatre a few blocks away. The competing theatre has been closed for many years while the Schubert Theater was renamed the Gooding Cinema. It was closed around 2008.
Its full marquee has been removed and replaced by a smaller one, which sets flat against the front of the building.
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