Palace Grand Theatre
131 N. Brand Boulevard,
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This early Glendale theatre was built by Henry C. Jensen, who would later build the more palatial Raymond Theatre in Pasadena. The Neo-Classical style building was designed by architect Robert J. Kitts. Construction on the Palace Grand Theatre began in August, 1914.
After being operated by Jensen for several years, by 1923 it had been renamed the T D & L Theatre, operated by the Turner, Dahnken and Langley Company, which became the basis of the Fox-West Coast circuit.
I have not been able to find out how long this theatre operated, but after after T D & L. it became the Lincoln Theatre. The entire block on which it stood has long since been redeveloped. It may have closed as early as the 1930’s.
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