213 W. Colfax Avenue,
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Architects: George W. Leslie Rapp
This theatre was built as a vaudeville and movie house, opening on August 4, 1928 with May McAvoy in “The Lion and the Mouse”. With 2,100 seats, it was equipped with a Wurlitzer organ. By 1941 it was operated by Paramount Pictures Inc, through their subsidiary John Balaban. It was one of the first theatres in the United States to be built for sound films. It was accoustically a great theatre, but it was unfortunately demolished in 1994.
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