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By 2005, after twenty years of sitting vacant, the Capri reopened as a venue for live music, independent films and live theater performances. Various groups made efforts to raise money for its restoration without success. In 2012 plans were announced to develop the building into a mixed-use venue including a multiscreen dinner theater. In 2019 the building was closed down for renovation and reopened on 2021.Built in 1939 as the Pix Theatre, on the historic US Highway 51, known as North State Street in Jackson. While many Jackson movie theaters were going strong through the 1950s, the Pix ceased operations by 1957. In 1965, the building was sold to Cinema Guild Inc and reopened as The Capri Theatre. The Capri was initially successful; however, with the development of multiplex theaters in the metro Jackson market, the Capri changed formats and began relying on second run/bargain films by the late 1970s. By the early 1980s, the Capri had begun to show X rated films in order to remain open. In 1985, the Capri closed. The Pix/Capri was designed by a Jackson architect, Jack Canizaro, who was also an investor in the project. The Mississippi Department of Archives and History designated the building as a Mississippi Landmark.
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The theater entrance faces westward on the north end of what is now the Jackson Medical Mall. Last time I was there a few years back the theater was fully intact, large curved Cinemascope screen and all. It was being leased and operated by the University of Mississippi Medical Center as a large meeting/conference space. No movies being shown there and the manager thought it highly unlikely there ever would be unless the film somehow was related to the educational and healthcare mission of UMMC.
Was an outparcel of the first enclosed mall in Mississippi. The cinema was hurt when the Metro Center Cinemas opened in 1978 and then the Northpark Cinemas in 1984.
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The Capri Theatre in the heart of Jackson strikes the perfect balance of preserving the old and embracing the new. The building has been restored to include original building features while adding state-of-the-art of projection and audio technology.According to Movie Theatres in Twentieth-Century Jackson, Mississippi, by Jerry Dallas, (Google Documents link) the Century Theatre opened in 1901 as a playhouse. In 1913, it began showing movies intermittently, when no live performances were scheduled, and thereafter movies gradually displaced most of the live events.
The Century Theatre opened as a playhouse in 1901. Films were screened from 1913, and by 1928 it was a full time movie theatre. The theatre was operated by Publix, Paramount-Richards and Paramount Gulf until mid-1950.The Century Theatre can be seen in this vintage postcard. It was in the third building from the corner of President Street. The corner building is still standing, but the next two buildings have been replaced by a parking lot.The Century Theatre closed in mid-1950, but was extensively renovated and reopened by the end of that year as the Royal Music Hall which, despite its name, was a movie house. Its early success was not long sustained, however, and the Royal closed its doors on June 4, 1959, finally ending the building’s history as a theater.
The theatre was renovated and reopened late-1950 as the Royal Music Hall (a movie theatre) and by 1957 it was operated by A. Lloyd Royal of the Royal Theaters chain. It was closed on June 4, 1959. The shuttered building suffered a fire in July 1960. It was converted to Law Offices and has since been demolished.
As this photo shows, there was a fire at the closed theater on 07-13-60. It really should be listed as the Royal Music Hall with the Century as an AKA, inasmuch as Royal Music Hall was its name at the theater’s closing.This theater has been entirely demolished, as long ago as 1961 according to Movie Theaters in Twentieth-Century Jackson, Mississippi, by Jerry Dallas (PDF here.) The people search feature on Superpages.com is temporarily unavailable. You can still search for people on yellowpages.com since Yellow Pages and Superpages are part of one company. SuperPages – helps you find the right local businesses to meet your specific needs. Search results are sorted by a combination of factors to give you a set of choices in response to your search criteria. These factors are similar to those you might use to determine which business to select from a local SuperPages directory, including proximity to where you are searching, expertise in the specific services or products you need, and comprehensive business information to help evaluate a business’s suitability for you. SuperPages advertisers receive higher placement in the default ordering of search results and may appear in sponsored listings on the top, side, or bottom of the search results page.From Business: Visit Our Cinemark Theater in Pearl, MS. Check movie times and more. Upgrade Your Movie with our Luxury Loungers, DBOX, and Cinemark XD! Buy Tickets Online Now!
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