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The Zana Theatre was opened on June 6, 1915 with a Charlie Chaplin movie. Charlie Chaplin attended the opening ‘in person’. It had Roman type architecture that was unusual for a small West Texas town like Paducah. The top front third of the building had "Zana Theatre" in raised letters set into a rectangular frame.
On each side of the sign were statues set into the building that appeared to be of women in long robe-like clothing. The ticket box with entrances on both sides was recessed into the front of the building. The Zana Theatre was closed on March 26, 1950 with Willy Castello in “Skid Row” (aka Confessions of a Vice Baron).
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