230 W. Main Street,
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The Ulman Theatre opened March 2, 1942 with “Cadet Girl”. It replaced the Ulman Opera House which had opened in 1888 as a live theatre, but burnt down as a 610-seat movie theatre in 1941. The Ulman Theatre originally had 900 seats and was architected by Newell Howard and Raymond Todd.
On December 30 1963, the Ulman Theatre was screening the top half of a double feature with “The Three Stooges Around the World in a Daze” when fire broke out. Due to the flames which destroyed the Ulman Theatre, patrons would not get to see the bottom half of the double bill “The Big Beat”. The theatre became a total loss and the site became a vacant lot.
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