1505 Barrington Street,
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Previously operated by: Famous Players
Architects: Murray Brown
Opened October 31, 1930 with George Arliss in “Old English”. The architect was Murray Brown who designed the Capitol Theatre with an Atmospheric style lobby with a castle design complete with stars and clouds on the ceiling, but the auditorium was not in an Atmospheric style and had a timbered ceiling. It was closed March 24, 1974 with Fred MacMurray in “Son of Flubber” & Kurt Russell in “Superdad”. It was demolished later that year.
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