Fallon Theater

71 S. Maine Street,
Fallon, NV 89406

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Fallon Theater, Fallon, Nevada - 2013

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Great example of classic architecture downtown. Original neon sign still in use.

Contributed by Austin Metz

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Lost Memory
Lost Memory on July 10, 2005 at 9:23 am

The Rex theater opened Dec. 30, 1920. It was built on the same site of another theater also called the Rex. This Rex theater was built by J.W. Flood as a vaudeville and silent-movie house, the Rex had seating for 1,150 people. In 1930, the Rex theater was rebuilt to handle “talkies.” It was given sloped floors and seating was reduced to 550.

In 1939, there was a fire in the theater’s northeast corner. That was repaired. It also survived a second fire in the 1940s. Then an earthquake in 1954 caused minor damage, but provided an opportunity to install a wider screen. In 1979 the theater became a twin and seating was reduced again to its current seating of 304 seats. A wall was built in the middle and a new projection booth installed for the front theater. A new screen was added for the back theater. The Fallon is the longest continually operating movie theater in Nevada.

Lost Memory
Lost Memory on July 6, 2007 at 7:29 pm

Here is a photo of the Fallon Theater.

Lost Memory
Lost Memory on November 16, 2007 at 11:18 am

This is another photo of the Fallon Theater.

Mikeyisirish on November 30, 2012 at 3:50 pm

A few November 2010 photos can be seen here and here.

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