1521 Elm Street,
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Architects: Bertram C. Hill
The Capitol Theater was opened December 19, 1922. The theater was next door to the Rialto Theater, and the Mirror Theater was on the west side. By 1929 it was operated by the Universal Pictures chain. By 1941 it was operated by Paramount Pictures Inc. through their subsidiary Hoblitzelle & O'Donnell.
The Capitol Theater specialized in Saturday westerns and serials. Popular during its hey-day, with the arrival of television, the old show house closed in 1956 and was torn down during the 1960’s.
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