103 King Street East,
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This theater opened as the Loew’s Theatre in 1917, designed by Thomas W. Lamb, and was taken over by Famous Players from 1930 to 1946.
Odeon took control of the theater in 1946 and renovated and renamed it the Capitol Theatre.
The 2,259-seat theater, the largest in Hamilton when it opened, was sadly closed in 1971 and mostly demolished on January 10, 1973.
The former lobby space is still standing, and houses a restaurant today.
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