5242 W. 25th Street,
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Styles: Italian Renaissance
The Palace Theatre opened on March 13, 1927 (it was first listed in the Film Daily Yearbook for 1929). It featured an ornate terra-cotta facade with a large arched window over the main entrance. It was built in Italian Renaissance style and was equipped with a Barton organ.
The Palace Theatre was closed as a movie house on November 4, 1951 with “Big Carnival” & Paul Douglas in “Angels in the Outfield”. On August 22, 1952 it was converted to a bowling alley. It still operated in this capacity until 2004, when the building was sold and was demolished in 2005.
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