Vogue Theatre 1939
Designed by Louisville architect Walter Wagner in the “Streamline Moderne” style, the original 1,100 seat theater design spoke to the motoring public of the automobile age. The Vogue was one to the finest equipped theaters in the area. It featured air conditioning lounge seats, RCA television sound, and a no-glare screen.
The admission price was 10 cents for children and 27 cents for adults. When closed in 1998, it was said to be the last of its kind.