Park 70 Theatre
16 N. Washington Avenue,
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Previously operated by: Central States Theatres Corp
Firms: Liebenberg and Kaplan
Previous Names: Cecil Theatre
Built on the site of the Wilson Theatre which had been destroyed by fire in 1911. The Cecil Theatre opened June 3, 1912 with seating listed at 859. This was the larger of the seven theatres that were located in the downtown section of Mason City. The theatre was adjacent to the Eadmar Hotel, and was owned by the Cerro Gordo Hotel Company in the 1980’s. Prior to that time Central States Theatres operated the theatre.
70mm Todd-AO projection was installed on August 10, 1966 and it reopened as the Park 70 Theatre on October 27, 1966. In its later years it operated as an adult theatre. The theatre was abandoned for some time before it collapsed in 1988.
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