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OPENED: MARCH 15, 1926

ARCHITECT: Charles Buechner, Liebenberg and Kaplan


Opening in 1926 with "The Man In The Box", the Fargo was originally designed by Charles Beuchner, but was remodeled in 1937 by Liebenberg and Kaplan.  It was historically restored in 1999, and is listed on the National Registry of Historic Places.  In recent years, they have shown silent films like Phantom of the Opera, accompanied by their Wurlitzer Organ, and now features both live and film events.

The Fargo Theatre was extremely accommodating for our visit.  They were more than happy to allow us complete access to the theater before opening to the public.  The Fargo had been on our bucket list for a while, and did not disappoint.  This theater is absolutely beautiful, and we HIGHLY recommend that you stop in for a show or some popcorn whenever you're in town!


Be sure to click on the gallery strip above to view more pictures of this Classic Cinema!

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