The original Isis Theater opened on North Main Street near the Fort Worth Stockyards in 1914. Victorian in style, the Isis was a single screen theater that offered both movie and vaudeville entertainment. A fire destroyed the theater in 1935, and a new Art Deco structure, The New Isis Theater, opened on the same site a year later. The New Isis featured 920 seats, a large vertical neon blade sign on the front facade and bands of green and yellow ceramic tile around the entrance. In this picture several movie goers are buying tickets for a scary movie on October 24, 1983. Being a Monday their seats were only a dollar, special family night pricing. This theater has been vacant since 1988 but is currently undergoing renovation with @
You can find it at 2401-03 N. Main Street.