3010 Union Boulevard,
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The Palm Theatre was a neighborhood theatre opened on May 15, 1926 seating 901 by the Komm Theatre chain. A single story theatre with a small lobby and the ticket booth located on the side of the theatre. A small marquee with a tiled front facade was not the ordinary decor for a Komm theatre.
A single aisle running down the middle of the auditorium with a large clock above the center of the screen. The walls of the theatre were wallpapered with a floral leaf and the seats had no cushions of them at all, they were wood both seat and back. The Palm Theatre closed quietly on January 6, 1953 after going to week-end only operations for its last seven years. It became a bowling alley and was demolished in 1965.
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