209 S. Topeka Street,
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Previously operated by: Sullivan Independent Theatres
Firms: Boller Brothers
Previous Names: New Crawford Theatre
The New Crawford Theatre opened on October 2, 1911. It replaced an earlier Crawford Theatre and was located on Topeka Street near Williams Street. The 800-seat theatre was named after a late-19th century Crawford Theatre which had been a legitimate house. Later, the New Crawford Theatre became just the Crawford Theatre. It was later remodeled by the architectural firm Boller Brothers. It was closed on January 2, 1956 with James Mason in “20,000 Leagues Under the Sea” & Betty Grable in “Three for the Show”.
It was demolished in February 1956 and a parking lot is on the site today.
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