The Circle Theatre c. 1945. Photo from Toronto Archives, Series 881, File 374 The Circle Theatre at 2567 Yonge Street opened its doors in 1933,
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Toronto’s old Prince of Wales Theatre
The Prince of Wales in 1927, photo, Toronto Reference Library The Prince of Wales Theatre was located at 2094 Danforth Avenue, on the north
Author of Tayloronhistory.com at “Word on the Street,” Sept. 21,2014
The recently published book (2014) about Toronto’s old movie theatres, explores 50 of Toronto’s old theatres and contains over 80 archival photographs of the facades,
Toronto’s Cameo, Playhouse (Melody), Pix and Doric Theatres
There are many photographs and copious information about Toronto’s old movie houses in the Toronto Archives, Toronto Reference Library and the Ontario Archives, but not
Toronto’s old Avenue Theatre on Eglinton Ave.
The Avenue Theatre in 1937, Toronto Archives, Fonds 1257, Series 1057, It, 3848 There are many photographs and much information about Toronto’s old movie houses
Theatre book in TIFF book store
The recently published book about Toronto’s old movie theatres is now available in the TIFF book store. TIFF members receive a 15% discount on
Toronto’s Apollo (Crystal) Theatre on Dundas Street West
The Apollo Theatre on Dundas Street West. City of Toronto Archives, SC 488 File 1105 The Apollo Theatre was located at 2901 Dundas Street West,
Toronto’s Bonita Theatre on Gerrard East
Undated sketch of the facade of the Bonita Theatre (from the Toronto Archives) The theatre at 1035-1037 1/2 Gerrard Street East is one of the
Memories of Toronto’s Ace (Photodrome) Theatre on Queen West.
The above photo gazes at the south side of Queen Street West, where the Ace Theatre was located. The view looks east toward Yonge Street.
Memories of Toronto’s KUM-C Theatre in Parkdale
The KUM-C Theatre c. 1935. Photo, City of Toronto Archives, Series 881, It. 350 I was unable to discover the exact year that the