3444 Broadway Boulevard,
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Architects: James F. Terney
Styles: Streamline Moderne
Previous Names: Broadmour Theatre, New Broadmour Theatre, LaSalle Theatre
Located on Broadway Boulevard at W. Armour Boulevard. The Broadmour Theatre was opened on November 14, 1912 with Amleto Novelli in “The Lion Tamer’s Revenge”. It was equipped for sound in 1929, but closed in 1930. New operators reopening it as the New Broadmour Theatre on March 29, 1932, but it closed again in 1933. It briefly reopened as the LaSalle Theatre.
On April 17, 1938 following alterations to the plans of architect James F. Terney it reopened as the Vogue Theatre, with Wallace Beery in “Bad Man of Brimstone” & Richard Arlen in “No Time to Marry”. It was closed in 1960 and has been demolished.
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