I had the opportunity to view a Wurlitzer theater organ in action: both in terms of its musical range and via a demonstration of its inclusion in silent film. The model of the instrument that I observed was initially installed at the Lucas Theater in 1925 and recently restored in April 2023. The organ features pipes hidden within the left and right sides of the stage walls to produce a stereophonic effect when the organist triggers sound on the console. It also features mounted percussion, like a glockenspiel or xylophone, to produce certain instrumental effects on the organ whenever necessary. This Wurlitzer theater organ is one of the more than two-thousand theater organs constructed by the Rudolph Wurlitzer Company from the 1910s to the 1940s.