Some of the more notable casualties have been the Capitol (1919; 5,230 seats), which became a Cinerama theater in the 1950's; the Paramount (1926; 3,664 seats), which occupied the still-standing Paramount Building in Times Square, and Proctor's 86th Street (1927; 3,131 seats), which was replaced by the now-defunct Gimbel's store.


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