420 W. Chickasha Avenue,
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Architects: Eno Henry Eads
The Rialto Theatre opened September 6, 1920 for J.C. Hartman and Paramount’s theatre operation under Southern Enterprises (and later the Publix circuit) with “Male and Female”. The theatre name was picked in a contest held in the summer of 1920 by lucky winner Geneva Glasscock who won a season pass. The long-running theatre made the conversion to sound. By 1941 it was operated by Griffith-Consolidated Theaters, a subsidiary of Griffith Amusement Co. The Rialto Theatre was closed as a movie theatre in 1956, but was retained open as a special events venue until 1961.
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