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Opened on September 20, 1923 with 832 seats. Architect Eric Gunnar Asplund designed a Neo-Classical style movie palace with a semi-Atmospheric style ceiling in the auditorium. The ceiling had 60 silk covered star shaped lamps, which were extinguished one-by-one before the start of the film. In 1926 a Wurlitzer 2Manual/7Rank theatre organ was installed, and opened by organist Willard Ringstrand.
In the early-1960’s, the Wurlitzer organ was removed and moved to Stockholm Town Hall. The theatre currently has 572 seats. In recent years the theatre’s life has been patchy. From 1968 to 1991 it was re-named Look Theatern. It then reverted back to its original name, closing in 1996, reopening in 1999 and closing again on July 31, 2000 and its future is not assured.
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