24 Cathedral Place,
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The Matanzas Theatre was opened late-1938 or early-1939. It was operated by Paramount Pictures Inc. through their subsidiary E.J. Sparks. It was designed by architect Roy A. Benjamin in a Atmospheric/Spanish style, probably the last Atmospheric style theatre to be built. It was still operating in 1950.
The façade and entrance survive in use as an art gallery, but the auditorium has been demolished.
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