19 S. Mission Street,
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Architects: George B. Purvis
Functions: Movies (First Run)
It’s hard to describe how this theatre is still open because it’s not open as the Vitaphone, and it is not its own theatre.
The Vitaphone Theater was built in 1930, opening on June 3, 1930 with Bernice Claire in “No, No, Nanette” with a main floor and balcony. It was designed by George B. Purvis.
Like many theatres, it was twinned in the 1990’s by enclosing the balcony for a second screen.
The Vitaphone Theatre’s marquee is gone, and the theatre has been combined with the nearby Liberty Theatre.
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