210 W. Seventh Street,
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Previously operated by: Griffith Amusement Company
Architects: Leon B. Senter
Functions: Movies (First Run)
Styles: Spanish Baroque
Previous Names: Cook Opera House
The Cook Opera House became the Orpheum Theatre which screened its first movie on August 23, 1920, “Eyes of Youth” starring Clara Kimball Young. It had 1,200 seats. In 1974, the former balcony was converted into a second auditorium.
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