216 Elgin Street,
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The 750-seat Elgin Theatre opened as a single screen theatre on November 15, 1937 with Leslie Howard in “Stand-In”. It was designed by architectural firm Kaplan & Sprachman. The Elgin Theatre added another auditorium on December 25, 1947 opening with Larry Parks in “The Swordsman”, making it one of North America’s earliest two-screen theatres. The second 256-seat auditorium was again designed by Kaplan & Sprachman.
Famous Players closed the old Elgin Theatre in 1994.
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