215 3rd Street,
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Architects: Walter E. Stephens
Firms: Prather & Stephens
Styles: Greek Revival
Previous Names: Columbia Theatre
News About This Theater
Once described as the most thoroughly equipped and scientifically built motion picture play house in the South, this theater replaced the old Columbia Theatre after its 1919 demolition.
The new Columbia Theatre was opened September 4, 1920 with 1,451 seats, and was the first theater in the United States to have lights lining the aisles.
It was renamed the Paramount Theatre in 1929.
The Paramount Theatre was demolished in 1979.
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