New York Avenue and Atlantic Avenue,
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Previously operated by: Frank Theatres
Architects: Armand de Cortieux Carroll
Styles: Streamline Moderne
News About This Theater
- Nov 18, 2009 — Happy 50th, "Ben-Hur"
The Embassy Theatre opened on June 7, 1941, with a seating capacity for 1,485, all on a single floor. It was the third, and final theatre in Atlantic City to bear the Embassy name. It was operated by Apollo Theatre and was taken over by Frank Theatres in 1970. They closed it at the close of season in November 1975 with “The Taking of Pelham 123”. It was reopened and continued to operated until 1978.
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