220 E. 5th Street,
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Firms: John Latenser & Sons
Previous Names: Earle Theatre
The Earle Theatre was opened October 11, 1927. It had 800 seats in an Italian Atmospheric style auditorium, designed by architectural firm John Latenser & Sons. It was equipped with a Wurlitzer theatre organ. In 1930 it was taken over by Pioneer Theatres. The Earle Theatre was extensively remodelled in 1942, but was badly damaged by a fire in October 1945.
Repairs and renovations were carried out by Pioneer Theatres and it reopened as the Carroll Theatre on May 7, 1946 with Cornel Wilde in “The Bandit of Sherwood Forest”. It seated 598. Operations was taken over by Fridley Theatres in the early-1970’s and it was closed and demolished in 1974.
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