386 St. Paul Street E,
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Previously operated by: Famous Players
Architects: Jay I. English
Functions: Office Space
Previous Names: Lincoln Cinema
News About This Theater
The Lincoln Theatre was opened on May 16, 1939 with Deanna Durbin in “3 Smart Girl Grow Up”. It had 750 seats, and was operated by Famous Players. It was closed by Famous Players in January 1981. It briefly reopened under independent management and in 1983 it became the Lincoln Cinema which closed on April 28, 1984 with Rick Moranis in “Strange Brew”. This theatre is still standing today, but has been converted into office space.
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