115 SE 1st Street,
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Architects: Jack J. Liebenberg
Firms: Liebenberg and Kaplan
Styles: Art Deco
Previous Names: Falls Theatre
The Little Theatre opened in 1913 and built on the site of the former Lowell Theatre that was destroyed by fire in that same year. That was destroyed by fire in January 1933 and the Falls Theatre was built and opened in June 1933.
The exterior features flashing neon lights, black Vitrolite highlights the marquee and around the poster cases of the lobby.
After a couple remodels it was again remodeled in 1937 to reflect the 10th anniversary of Charles Lingbergh’s trans-Atlantic flight. Charles Lindbergh was from Little Falls. The theatre was given an aviation theme. A mural of an aviator holding, a globe, an airplane and a dirigible.
In its last remodel it was triplexed and was renamed Falls Cinema. It was closed (temporarily) on July 16, 2020.
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