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Status should be changed to open, showing movies. Phone number is 519-291-6000. Website: http://www.capitolcinema.ca/index.html
If this site were about the sexual mores of urban cultures, then OK. I think there is something more prurient afoot here.
Why is this an important topic?
This theater was located at 764 Bainbridge Street. It is now a video production studio for Nature’s Way Outdoors. Streetview has been updated.
A picture from the 70’s can be seen on the Cinematour website. http://www.cinematour.com/tour/us/22625.html
Still open at this point. The website is down but movie information is available via a recording at the phone number.
The Oakwyn is now coming full circle and is being turned into a music theater venue called “Wire.”
This building was demolished by fire, Friday 9/13/2013.
I’ve uploaded a current picture of the theater to the Photos section.
I’ve uploaded a picture of the entrance to the Photos section.
Is this theater being expanded? The Google Street View of April 2013 shows quite a bit of construction. There was discussion in 2011 before the Cherokee Planning Board to expand to 6 screens.
Isn’t this the Center Theater? Same address, same street view.
It appears that this theater has been demolished.
Correct address is 1000 Delta Avenue. The Google Street View has been corrected.
The correct address is 1205 E Prairie St. I have corrected the Google Street View.
I think it’s safe to say that this place has been demolished.
The marquee of this theater was shown on the TV show “America’s Got Talent.” A contestant from Pineville is one of the finalists.
Is this a twin screen theater? The showtimes on the website seem to indicate this.
It appears that a parking lot is at that address now. Status should be “demolished.”
Auditorium view: http://www.flickr.com/photos/30483468@N00/2700419496/in/photostream/
The “American Pickers” TV show on the History Channel featured some lobby poster boxes from this theater. They were salvaged by a couple from Pennsylvania who were visiting Missoula at the time of the theater’s demolition.
Some pictures can be seen here: