4937 W. Chicago Avenue,
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Previously operated by: Warner Bros. Circuit Management Corp.
Architects: William P. Whitney
The Symphony Theatre was opened by United Theatres Corp. on December 29, 1928 with Marceline Day in “Stolen Love”. Seating originally around 2,000, it was located in the far western Chicago neighborhood of Austin. It stood on Chicago Avenue near Lamon Avenue. During the 1930’s and 1940’s, it was operated by Warner Brothers Circuit Management Corp., along with a number of other mainly South Side movie houses in the city.
The Symphony Theatre closed around 1951 and was razed in November 1965. A parking lot is on the site today.
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