208 S. Casino Center Boulevard,
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Styles: Mission Revival
Previous Names: New Palace Theatre, Palace Theatre
Located in downtown Las Vegas, the Palace Theatre was opened on May 5, 1932 with the world premiere of “Two Seconds” starring Edward G. Robinson. It was designed in a Mission Revival style by architect A.L. Worswick. It was renamed Palace Theatre into 1941. In 1943, it was listed as the New Palace Theatre.
In 1950 it was back to the Palace Theatre name at 208 S. 2nd Street (today renamed S. Casino Center Boulevard) and a seating capacity of 641. Following a remodel to the plans of architect R. Ashby Eckels, it was renamed Guild Theatre on October 21, 1960 and became an art house movie theatre.
Now demolished, a parking structure has been built on the site.
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