1625 Elm Street,
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The Palace Theatre opened on June 11, 1921, initially an independent theatre, it was taken over by Paramount-Publix Theatres in 1927 and then by Interstate Theatres in 1930.
To many, this was the pride of theatre row on Elm Street in Dallas. It had a domed ceiling, a great stage, a real elevator orchestra pit and a magnificent Wurlitzer 3 manual, 11 rank, model 235 opus 411 organ. This was replaced when a Publix #1 opus 2125, 4 manual, 20 rank Wurlitzer was purchased on August 16, 1930. The organ console was mounted in the pit and would rise up between movies and be played until the next show.
The Palace Theatre was closed in 1970 and immediately demolished.
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