609 N. Washington Street,
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This theater was located on N. Washington Street, across from the Hotel Bartell, in a building that dated to the 1870’s. It was rebuilt in 1917 opening as the Junction Theatre. In 1928 it became the Uptown Theatre. It was operated by Glen W. Dickenson. It was one of the first movie theatres in Kansas to be equipped for ‘talkies’. It was later renamed Junction Theatre and finally Dickenson Theatre. It was demolished in 1985 and replaced by a surface parking lot.
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