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United Palace Theatre

175th Street and Broadway, New York, NY
Built
1930

ABOUT THIS THEATRE

Previously
known as
Previously known as
Loew's 175th Street Theatre
Description
Thomas W. Lamb, architect. Opened February 15, 1930 as the United Palace Theatre. Built as a vaudeville house for uptown residents. When vaudeville declined, it was converted to a deluxe movie house, and renamed Loew's 175th Street Theatre. In 1969, Dr. Frederick Eikerenkoetter ("Rev. Ike") and the United Christian Evangelistic Association purchased the theatre for Christ United Church and televised the "The Joy of Living" program in 1971.

LIST OF PRODUCTIONS

  • United Palace Theatre
    Opened February 15, 1930
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    Named 1930
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  • Loew's 175th Street Theatre
    movie house
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