Wabash Theatre

134 S. Main Street,
Clinton, IN 47842

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Wabash Theatre

Opened and operating as the Wonderland Theatre from 1906 to 1923. It was renamed Wabash Theatre on December 4, 1923 when it screened Edward Horton in “Ruggles of Red Gap” & Al St. John in “Young and Dumb”. Still listed in 1955 with 725 seats.

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Silicon Sam
Silicon Sam on November 26, 2009 at 3:42 pm

I would consider it demolished. The Lucky Strike Bowl is at 137 S. Main, across the street where 134 would be is a big empty lot.

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