Capri Theatre III
218 6th Avenue South,
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Architects: John H. Ladehoff
Previous Names: Orpheum Theatre, Capitol Theatre
Opened by 1915 as the Orpheum Theatre. The Capitol Theatre reopened in 1936 with seating listed at 1,002. The theatre was located right next door to the Rialto Theatre. By 1941 it was operated by A.H. Blank, a subsidiary of Paramount Pictures Inc. In 1969 it was acquired by Central State Theatres twinned and renamed the Capri III seating 599. The theatre was open until 2002 and after closing it was demolished along with its neighbor the Cinema I.
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