1901 N. Classen Boulevard,
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Previously operated by: Paramount Pictures Inc.
Architects: Clarence Castleman Bulger
Functions: Office Space
Styles: Gothic Revival
Previous Names: Vogue Theatre
The Victoria Theatre was opened July 4, 1928 with Pola Negri in “Three Sinners”. It was equipped with a Barton pipe organ which was opened by organist I. Newton Yates. In January 1950 it was briefly renamed Vogue Theatre when it was taken over by a repertory theatre company. The Victoria Theatre was still open as a movie theatre in 1956, but had closed by 1957. It was converted into a TV studio for KTVO - Channel 25.
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