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A picture of and memorabilia from this drive-in can be seen on its gallery page at Drive-ins.com.
This photo, from the Puget Sound Theatre Organ Society shows this theatre as the Plaza in 1946, with the Dominion next door and the Capitol across the street.
This photograph, from the Puget Sound Theatre Organ Society, shows the Dominion, Plaza (later the Haida), and Capitol theatres as they were in 1946.
Here is one of those LOC photos.
A night view of the entrance can be seen here.
It will actually probably be a little smaller when the masking is adjusted for the 70mm presentations. Although many people associate 70mm with really big screens, 70mm can be properly projected onto smaller screens if they are masked to the appropriate aspect ratio. The result will be a really sharp image, but it won’t be the same experience as, say watching a good 70mm print at the Ziegfeld.
As HBH noted, the original theater will remain intact; the additional screens that will probably close were created out of basement space.
Here is a picture of the Capitol long before it was given its current appearance.
Another view of the former Oak Bay Theatre can be seen here.
A view of the theatre can be seen here.
Direct link to the above.
There is additional historical information about and and a photo of this theatre on this webpage (scroll down a bit).
The theater is operated by Schulman Theaters; the official website is: http://www.schulmantheatres.com/locations.
A picture of the theater can be seen here.
The Senate has converted to digital projection: View article
There is a picture of what the site looks like now within the Silent Toronto article that was posted on January 22, 2011.
An article about the launch of the fund-raising drive can be found here.
A picture of this theatre’s entry area can be seen here.
The Images Cinema is making the switch to digital projection. View article.
This article about the theater’s opening includes a video that shows both the interior and exterior of the theater.
An additional article about the opening of this new theater can be found here.
Here is a picture of the Camden Theatre.
Here is a clickable link.
The State, now renamed the Sylvia R. Henkin State Theatre, will be reopening in in 2013, primarily as a movie theater. This article about the renovations and reopening identifies the theater’s architects as Buechner and Orth.