2962 Hennepin Avenue,
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Opened as the Lagoon Theatre in 1913. By 1926 it was operated by the Finkelstein & Ruben chain. It was remodeled and renamed the Uptown Theatre on April 25, 1929 following a takeover by Publix.
Following a fire in 1939, it was completely rebuilt by the firm of Liebenberg & Kaplan. The seating capacity was for 900 at its reopening on November 16, 1939.
Today, it screens first run art and foreign films. Midnight screenings of cult films are also popular.
This classic movie house has retained all of its stylistic charm and its restored murals. Following conversion to digital on September 14, 2012, it now has a seating capacity for 350.
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