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Rialto Theatre

Littlefield TX

Record #22193  
 Closed: Yes (date unknown)
 Demolished: Yes (date unknown)
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Information for this tour was contributed by Jim Harris.

The Rialto stood nearly directly east across Phelps from the Rio. It was a very small theater located in one of several half-depth buildings on Phelps near the Murdock Hotel. The floorplan of the Rialto involved seating for about 100 on a level floor, and everyone was close to the small screen. This author has a memory of seeing evidence of a fire in the Rialto ruins when he was in the long-closed building in about 1970. The Rialto was torn down sometime in the mid 1970s along with several condemned buildings on the northeast end of Littlefield, and very few residents in Littlefield have a living memory of the Rialto having been open.


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