KSPS Documentaries

Spokane's 21st Century Fox

Special | 56m 10s

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Spokane's Fox Theater has been "The Place to Go" since it opened in 1931. Lines formed around the block to view the latest feature and famous performers graced its stage. Even during its decline, the theater has retained its vestiges of elegance in its faded murals and dusty chandeliers. Threatened by demolition, the Fox survived the wrecking ball thanks to the efforts of the Spokane community.

Aired: 01/16/07 | Rating: TV-G

Tomlinson Real Estate Group Walker Construction Innovia Foundation Johnston-Fix Foundation The Friends of KSPS

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