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e Rio Grande. As movie features developed from brief flickering curiosities to full-blown epics created by early auteurs such as D.W. Griffith and Charlie Chaplin by World War I, so too movie theatres grew from improvised auditoriums within the community opera houses and other "big rooms" to elaborate "picture palaces." The robust years immediately after World War I and before the Great Depression endowed New Mexico with its greatest and most legendary movie palaces. One of the most incredible theatres ever built in New Mexico was Las Vegas' Coronado Theatre of 1916, whose facade was a French wedding cake fantasy in the Beaux Arts fashion. A pair of twin classical columns flanked a grand arched entryway, and plaster trumpeters

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