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Capitol Theatre



One of Canada’s only remaining “Atmospheric Theatres,” the Capitol opened as a 380-seat talking-picture house in 1930. Now a National Historic Site and still used for performances, it has since evolved into one of Ontario’s leading Regional Theatres. An interior was designed to resemble a walled medieval courtyard surrounded by a forest.

It was one of the first cinemas in the country built expressly for talking pictures. It opened on Friday, August 15, 1930, screening Queen High starring Charlie Ruggles and Ginger Rogers.

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