13 W. Main Street,
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Previous Names: Williams Theatre
The Williams Theatre was the only theatre in the small community of Union. It replaced the earlier Liberty Theatre which had closed 5 days earlier. It was located just off the town square on W. Main Street. It was opened on September 17, 1937 with Deanna Durbin in “100 Men and a Girl”. It was closed sometime in the late-1950’s. The small theatre seated 300.
The Williams Theatre was destroyed in a fire on March 5, 1971. It was rebuilt and reopened as Cinema 101 on November 20, 1973 with Burt Reynolds in “White Lightening”. It was still operating into the 1980’s. Since demolished, there is a building housing a thrift store where it once stood.
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