THE PALACE [Palace Theatre, 47th Street], The Lively and Intimate Story of the Theater that Became a Legend,

By: Marian Spitzer, with

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THE PALACE [Palace Theatre, 47th Street], The Lively and Intimate Story of the Theater that Became a Legend, by Marian Spitzer, with Introduction by Brooks Atkinson
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Atheneum Publishers, New York, 1969. hardcover, 6¼" x 9¾", with dust jacket. Initials of previous owner on ffep. VERY GOOD book in VERY GOOD price-clipped dust jacket. Thirty-four b&w photographs & caricatures. "Heaven on 47th Street" they called it when the two-a-day thrilled audiences from eight to eighty. Playing the Palace was the goal of every performer in the country, and many who did became household names: W C Fields, The Dolly Sisters, Fanny Brice, Houdini, the Marx Brothers, Sophie Tucker and a host of others. The author, who knew this theater from its opening in 1913, tells the whole colorful story, with a warm empathy for show people.

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