116 E. Walnut Street N,
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Previous Names: Sandon Theatre
The Sandon Theatre was opened in March 1916, and was designed in a Prairie style. It had a seating capacity for 850 and was operated by the Sandon brothers.
In 1925 it was taken over by the Finkelstein & Ruben chain and renamed State Theatre. The seating capacity was listed as 690. In 1929 it was taken over by Publix who operated it until 1935, when it was taken over by Minnesota Amusement Co. until 1964. Plitt Theatres then operated the State Theatre, followed by Carisch Theatres who closed the State Theatre in 1978.
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