6031-6039 Torresdale Avenue,
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Architects: William Harold Lee
This neighborhood theater in north Philadelphia with 950-seats opened in May 1923. The proscenium was 27ft wide. It was equipped with a Kimball organ and a Cunningham piano. It was taken over by Warner Equity Theatres in 1929. In April 1942 Warner Bros, gave it a makeover. It was closed on January 25, 1958 with John Howard in “The Unknown Terror” & Peggy Castle in “Back From the Dead”.
It became an auto repair shop. By August 2019 it was in use as an electrical appliance store.
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