108 North Washington Street,
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The Rialto Theatre was opened by Hall Industries Theaters on August 19, 1922 with Douglas Fairbanks in “The Three Musketeers”. Seating was provided for 542. The architect was John Eberson. The theatre had a small balcony seating 102 with the balance on the main floor. The Rialto Theatre was gutted by a fire in early-1936.
It was rebuilt in an Art Deco style and the brightest feature of the theatre was the tons of neon on the marquee. The theatre closed in 1986 and is being renovated. It was scheduled to reopen sometime early in 2004, however, this date was not met and now Fall of 2009 is planned.
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