120 DeSiard Street,
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In 1928 Saenger Theatres bought and the old Lyceum Theatre remodeled it into the Capitol Theatre and was advertised as Saenger’s Capitol Theatre. It remained the Capitol Theatre when Saenger was bought out by Paramount. It was, at the time I can remember, a second run house that featured movies that had previously run a few weeks before at the Saenger/Paramount Theatre here. It opened with sound pictures and had orchestra seats and balcony. A newspaper article states seating was 1,100.
Around 1950 the name was changed to the TEM Theatre and closed for good around 1953 or 1954.
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