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Capitol Theatre


1918 Photo from the Jack Tillmany collection
64 Ellis St
San Francisco CA

Demolished 1941
Record #25854  
 Opened: September 2, 1911
 Closed: 1941
 Demolished: 1941
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 Also Known As: Cort, Curran, Century, Morosco

Opened as the Cort in 1911, the theater became the Curran in 1918, the Century in 1921, the Morosco and finally the Capitol in 1923. The theater ended its life as a burlesque house after having been both a stage and film house.

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1918 photos from the Jack Tillmany collection.


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As the Curran in 191...
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Photos from the Jack Tillmany collection.


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As the Cort.

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As the Capitol.


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Last featured 9/25/2005. Last edited 9/19/2010.

 
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