Curtain closes on 83-year-old theater in Hot Springs
HOT SPRINGS (AP) -- A South Dakota movie theater built more than 80 years ago is closing its doors.
The manager of the Hot Springs Theater cites poor attendance and a technology mandate as reasons for shutting down the movie house that opened July 1, 1930, with the film "Byrd at the South Pole."
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