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From Cinema Treasures
The Academy of Music was built and run as a legitimate theatre from May 8, 1882 to June 4, 1919, then as vaudeville and film house (renamed Regent Theatre) after August 31, 1919 when it had been remodeled to the plans of architect John Eberson. Destroyed by fire on June 11, 1930.