1409 Broadway Boulevard,
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Previously operated by: Butterfield Theaters
Architects: George J. Bachmann
Previous Names: Colonial Theatre, Durant Theatre
The Colonial Theatre opened on December 10, 1921 with Gloria Swanson in “The Great Moment”. It was equipped with a Moller 2 manual 7 ranks theatre pipe organ. On August 12, 1923 it was reopened as the Durant Theatre with Marion Davies in “When Knighthood Was in Flower”“. In 1934 it was remodeled to the plans of architect George J. Bachmann and reopened as the Roxy Theatre on January 26, 1935 with Lew Ayers in "She Learned About Sailors”. It was operated by the Butterfield Theaters chain until it closed in 1957. It was demolished in 1971.
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