Royal Theatre

Moose Jaw, SK

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The Royal Theatre opened in 1934 and was owned by H. Phillet. In 1955, the Royal closed and was turned into a concert hall.

Contributed by Chad Irish

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ghamilton
ghamilton on March 18, 2005 at 7:45 am

I don’t know where else to post this,but where are the listings for Saskatoon and Regina?I’ve been to several great houses in both cities in 1967'ish period.There were two I remember in downtown Saskatoon and at least two in the center of “Redchina”,as some of my American companions nicknamed Regina.There was a newer theater in the basement of a hotel.In Saskatoon,there was a nice,large house on the S.side of town.I sucked my friends into to going to see “A Man and a Woman” by telling them it was about auto racing.They wanted to kill me.I saw “how to Succeed In Business Without,etc."at a large downtown place.There was a great Chicom eatery on the Eastside of downtown that was a fun after movie spot on Sat.aft.The Chinese thought we were all CIA agents.I guess short-haired young Americans in suits caused excitement.It couldn’t have been the phoney dialouge about someplace near DC.

TivFan
TivFan on November 6, 2012 at 11:23 pm

I have a postcard (c. 1940’s) of a Royal Theatre on Main Street. This is a street scene showing Main Street looking North from C.P.R. Station. The theatre front is in the right foreground.

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