552 W. 207th Street,
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The Dyckman Theatre was located in the northernmost end of Manhattan in an area known as Inwood. It was on West 207th Street off Sherman Avenue and was opened in 1913. It was listed with a seating capacity of 1,700 in 1926.
In 1939 it became part of the Loew’s Inc circuit break as a late release site and may have joined the Loew’s chain at that point. By 1949 Loew’s had stopped advertising it. It was still operating in 1954 when it was featured in a New York Times ad for a wide Easter release of "Heidi" and "White Mane". By August 1962, it was known as the New Dyckman Theatre.
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