31 Buffalo Street,
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Palace Theatre, Hamburg (Official)
Previously operated by: Blatt Brothers Circuit
Firms: Bley & Lyman
Much nicer than the typical village theatre, the Palace Theatre in Hamburg, is a great theatre in which to see a movie. The theatre building’s Neo-Classical exterior is comprised of two store fronts, some second floor offices and, of course, the theatre. The Palace’s sky blue ceiling with its indirect neon cove lighting are reminiscent of an atmospheric ceiling, but the Palace Theatre is not an Atmospheric style theatre.
The Palace Theatre opened on January 14, 1926 with Norma Shearer in “His Secretary”. It has had several owners during its nearly 80 year existence. Probably most notably were the Blatt brothers who during their prime owned approximately 25 theatres in the Western New York area. Today, and for the past 23 years the Palace Theatre has been owned by Joe and his pride of ownership is evident from the moment you enter the theatre. The theatre is kept immaculate; the seats have all been re-upholstered in a very original looking velvet; and the floor is clean and shiny. Yes, the screen is even curtained and draped.
The Palace Theatre is open seven days per week and has a minimum fourteen showings per week. The Palace Theatre does not have a balcony.
I could say much more about the Palace Theatre and probably will in the comment section but I’m hoping some of you will visit the theatre personally to see its appeal first-hand and to enjoy a movie also.
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