Palace Theatre

56 Public Square,
Watertown, NY 13601

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The Wonderland Theatre was operating by March 1908 when it was operated by J.M. Mullin and had 12 shows a day. It had 250 seats. It was remodeled sometime after 1916 and by 1921 had been renamed Palace Theatre. By 1941 it was part of the Schine Circuit. It was still open in 1950.

Contributed by Ken Roe

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Joe Vogel
Joe Vogel on January 26, 2015 at 11:50 am

The December 17, 1921, issue of Exhibitors Trade Review reported the sale of three houses operated at Watertown by Papayanakos Brothers to the Robbins Amusement Company of Utica. One of them was the Palace. Papayanakos Brothers had taken over this house in 1907,when it was called the Wonderland Theatre. It was renamed the Palace following a later remodeling (probably after 1916.) Robbins also took over the Olympic and Antique Theatres in Watertown as part of the same deal.

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