114 W. Sinton Street,
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Previously operated by: Hall Industries Theaters
Architects: Harvey P. Smith
The original Rialto Theatre opened in the 1920’s and closed on August 14, 1936 (it has its own page on Cinema Treasures). It was replaced by a new Rialto Theatre, opening August 15, 1936 with Hugh Herbert in “Love Begins at Twenty”. It was designed by architect Harvey P. Smith. It was badly damaged by a fire around 1944. It was rebuilt and reopened November 16, 1945 with a much larger seating capacity.
The Rialto Theatre was still operating into the 1970’s. After closing the building was used as a video store. The building is currently vacant.
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