113 E. Polk Street,
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The Fain Theater is one of those theaters that really makes you feel good when you discover it. It is a classic, built prior to 1941. In 1943, it was listed as (Closed), but had re-opened by 1950.
It stands on a corner in a tan brick building. The rounded box office stands on the corner of the building and is covered in burgundy ceramic tile. There is a green trimmed marquee and over-hang that wraps around the front and corner. Last but not least is a tall vertical green “Fain” sign with lots of neon.
This one has one of my favorite things about theater signs and that is the familiar ornamental topper. This one is five discs stacked on a pole complete with neon.
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