133 Heritage Row,
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Palace Theatre, Marlin (Official)
Functions: Live Theater
Styles: Art Deco
Previous Names: Majestic Theater
The Majestic Theater was opened in 1912 with “Birth of a Nation” and was located on what was then Railroad Street near Colman Street. It was demolished in 1924 and the Palace Theatre was built to replace it to opened in 1925. It was closed in 1975. It became a church from 1980.
In 1986 the Palace Theatre was housed in a tan brick building with a white front trimmed in black. The marquee was black with white trim and sheltered the entrance and outside ticket booth. It had a vertical sign with white letters spelling “Palace” on a black background and ornate blue trim. There was no neon left.
Railroad tracks ran just across the street and parallel to the theatre.
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