Information for this tour was contributed by Jay Rambo.
The theater had a 500 seat auditorium and two 200 seat auditoriums. The theater claimed the large house largest indoor screen in the state. The 200 seat ones were added on later in the building's existence. It was resplendant in its 1970s orange and gold paneling.
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