Fox Theatre (Toronto)

The Fox opened in 1914 as the 'Pastime Theatre', built and owned by Arthur Brooks Webster. After less than a year, the name was changed to the 'Prince Edward', the name it would use until 1937, when it was changed to the Fox Theatre. A stained glass panel with the Prince Edward name, over the doorway from the lobby, remains from the Prince Edward period. It is the second-oldest movie cinema in Toronto, after the Revue Cinema opened in 1912.

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