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The Capitol Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio will be re-opening on Friday, October 2, 2009, according to an article published by the Cleveland Plain Dealer:
For the city's cultural and nightlife scene, the theater represents something film fans have been requesting for years: a movie house on the West Side that's convenient for Clevelanders, within striking distance of Lakewood and Rocky River, and one that might offer the independent and foreign fare available for decades at the Cedar Lee Theatre in Cleveland Heights.
Click the Read link below to read the full article and view a video interview.
According to the article and the theater's entry on Cinema Treasures, the theater originally opened in 1921 and hasn't been showing movies since 1985.
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