Updated: Aug 3, 2022
The Sulphur Spring theatre was built in the 1940s to watch movies and compliment the neighborhood's entertainment district. Back then, you could also use bottle caps as tickets to see any movie you would like to see in the theatre. After it was shut down in the early 1960s, it later reopened as an auction house, G-rated movie theatre, X-rated movie theatre, and then a recording studio. It was recently bought by the Danger family, who is planning on restoring it to how it was like in the past.
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