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Vitaphone Theatre

2009 Photo from the James Hulsey collection
19 S Mission St
Wenatchee WA

Record #22446  
 Opened: 1930
 Closed: Yes (date unknown)
 Current Use:
Capacity: 772 seats
Architect(s): George Purvis
Architectural Style(s):
National Register:
Current Organ: none
 Also Known As:
 Previously operated by: Greime & Fasken Theatres, Sun Basin Theatres

Information for this tour was contributed by Douglas Shirk.

The Vitaphone was constructed in 1930, seated 772 as built, with a main floor and balcony. It was designed by George Purvis. The theater was cut up in the mid 1990s into two theatres by enclosing the balcony for a second screen. Although not now marketed as the Vitaphone -- the sign and marquee are gone -- it is still in operation, advertised as part of the Liberty Theatre.

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March 2009 photos from the James Hulsey collection.

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Last featured 6/10/2003. Last edited 7/1/2012.

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