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      The 7th Street Theater, Fort Worth, TX

    • Clint Miller

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    • Dallas Chevys

      This was the best old-time style theatre in Fort Worth, Texas and when I lived there we watched so many movies here. Unfortunately, it was so badly damaged by the tornado that struck on March 28, 2000 that it had to be demolished. I was so sad when I heard it was hit.

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