108 S. Vermillion Street,
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Architects: William Arthur Bennett
Previous Names: Plumb Opera House
The Plumb Opera House was opened on August 31, 1883. It was closed in June of 1920 presenting live events and occasional movies. It was remodeled to the plans of architect William Arthur Bennett and had been taken over by Publix Great State Theatres. It reopened on October 28, 1920 with Norma Talmadge in “The Branded Woman”. It was purchased by the Kerasotes Theatres chain in 1973. They closed it on August 14, 1979 with Sigourney Weaver in “Alien”. Closure was due to engineers finding structural problems in the foundations of the building. It was demolished in June of 1980.
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