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Listed as the Palace & closed in the 1944 Film Daily Yearbook with a capacity of 600.
Thanks for posting this. I wasn’t sure that it was a movie theater. Not listed in the 1944 Film Daily Yearbook.
Went to see eat pray love last night. forgot my camera – I wanted to take some interior shots. can’t find any online. nice gold fabric walls, good lobby and concession stand. overall a nice place. hope they make it.
Appears in a few scenes of Hachi (2009).
I passed by twice last week while on vacation and the museum was not open. Movies are still showing but they appear to be first run only.
Looks like this is going to be hot news with frequent updates.
Latest update on demolition plan:
1941 program (as the State):
Very old photo – “New”:
Here is the original photo view:
1936 lobby card:
REPOST – Old program:
Old program from the Liberty Theater:
Don’t think that this old photo has been posted yet:
Old ad – movies are from the late 1930s:
Old program (note reference to “57”, this was neer the theater’s end):
This shows that the theater was once known as the Embassy Newsreel:
1933 program (movie on cover came out in Dec. 1932):