237 E. Fordham Road,
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Architects: William Lescaze
Opened in 1920, this was one of several theatres on E. Fordham Road in the Bronx. It contained 1,252 seats and had a 482-seat Roof Theatre on top of the building. It was built for the Grob & Knobel circuit. Later operated by Skouras Theaters Corp. and, later, United Artists, it was remodeled in 1950 to the plans of architect William Lescaze. Retail stores now occupy the building.
The theatre can be seen in the Roy Scheider film, “The Seven-Ups”.
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