68 Franklin Street,
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The 2,500-seat Capitol Theatre opened on December 11, 1926, one of downtown Worcester’s movie palaces. It was designed by architect Roger Garland in an Atmospheric/Spanish Renaissance style. It was equipped with a Wurlitzer theatre organ. It was twinned and reopened December 25, 1956. In April 1982 it became an adult cinema and the name changed to Paris Cinema. The original Atmospheric style theatre auditorium was still in use.
The Paris Cinema was closed down by the authorities in January 2006. The building deteriorated over the years and it was demolished in July 2017.
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