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The Capitol Theatre was opened under the direction of A.H. Blank on August 19, 1923 presenting Pantages Vaudeville and feature photoplays. Taken over by Publix Theaters Corporation, on May 10, 1929 it was renamed Paramount Theatre with Charles King in “The Broadway Melody”. It was closed February 28, 1973 with Stanley Baker in “Innocent Bystanders”. On April 11, 1974 it reopened as a dinner-theatre named Theatre Fabulous but this failed and closed May 20 1974. It reopened and closed again in June 1974. On July 30, 1974 it reopened as a country & western music venue named the Country Club, which closed in early-1975. The building was demolished, by using explosives, on October 14, 1979.
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