539 Rue Sainte-Catherine Ouest,
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Built in 1869 as the Montreal Auxilliary Bible Society, it was converted into the Gaiety Theatre in 1909 to the plans of architectural firm Mitchell & Crighton (Charles A. Mitchell & Daniel John Crighton). In 1917 it was remodeled to the plans of architect Joseph Raoul Gariepy and reopened on May 17, 1917 as the Holman Theatre. On January 7, 1922 it was renamed System Theatre. A smallish cinema in the center of Montreal that ended its days, and years, as a porno house, but that had a varied history during its near-century of life between 1909 and 2000.
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