906 Pacific Avenue,
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Architects: Silas E. Nelson
Styles: Italian Renaissance
Previous Names: Riviera Theatre
Originally the Liberty Theatre. The Regent Theater opened on November 19, 1916. It was demolished and the Riviera Theatre was built on the site and opened on July 1, 1929 with William Boyd in “High Voltage”. Seating was provided for 426 in the orchestra level and 180 in the balcony. It was equipped with a Wurlitzer theatre pipe organ.
It was known as the Capri Theatre from May 29, 1964 until it closed in 1969 and was demolished in summer of 1969.
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