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The opening of the 400-seat Elk Theatre by Charles Bice was reported in the Worland Grit October 4, 1917. The opening attraction was the play “Ikey and Abey” and the next week a five-reel Triangle feature was advertised.
Motion Picture Daily has references to later owner, Thomas Kerby of the Kerby Theatre.
Sanborn Maps show it as located on the first floor of the Elk Hotel with listings in Film Daily Year Book 1926 to 1938 with 350 seats.
Other theatres referenced in the Worland Grit 1915-1917 were the Acme Theatre and the Family Theatre.
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