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Built in 1927 and operated by Landmark since 1980, this twin-screen theater is located in Denver’s Capitol Hill neighborhood and specializes in independent and foreign-language films. Consisting of one large wheelchair-accessible downstairs auditorium and a smaller upstairs theater, the Esquire also features concessions as well as 70mm projection capability and Sony Dynamic Digital Sound.


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