836 Yates Street,
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Previously operated by: Famous Players
Architects: A.C. Clarkson
Functions: Office Space
Previous Names: Atlas Theatre
Originally opened on May 16, 1936 as the Atlas Theatre with Charles ‘Buddy’ Rogers in “Old Man Rhythm”. It was taken over by Famous Players who closed in on April 30, 1966 for renovations to be carried out. It reopened as the Coronet Theatre on June 23, 1966. It had 910 seats and was closed by Famous Players on February 26, 1989 with Nick Nolte in “Three Fugitives”. The theatre has been converted into an office building.
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