225 Queen Street E,
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Open in August 25, 1916 as a vaudeville theater owned by Ambrose Small a Canadian theater magnate, who later disappeared in 1919 and was never found. The Majestic Music Hall was sold to Jack Bickell the first president of Maple Leaf Gardens Ltd. and his business partners. They converted the theater into a cinema and renamed it the Regent Theatre.
Mr. Bickell and his partners in 1920 sold the theater to Famous Players which would become their first cinema. Famous Players was sold to Cineplex Galaxy in 2005. Now the Scotia Plaza is standing near the site. In 2007, the Paramount Theatre was renamed the Scotiabank because of this coincidence.
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