150 N. Queen Street,
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Previously operated by: Warner Bros. Circuit Management Corp.
Architects: William Harold Lee
Located on the site of the Hippodrome Theatre built in 1916, which replaced the 1910-built Hippodrome Theatre which was destroyed by fire. The second Hippodrome Theatre was also destroyed by fire on December 29, 1924.
The Capitol Theatre was opened on December 21, 1925 with Ramon Novarro in “The Midshipman”. Seating was listed at 1,161. It was equipped with a 4 manual, Robert Morton unit organ, which was opened by organist John Krupa. This theatre was later operated by Warner Bros. and their subsidiary’s.
The Capitol Theatre closed in 1965 and was later demolished.
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