Wien: Lustspieltheater im Prater

Country: Austria (Österreich)
State: Wien
City: Wien
Location: 2.; Volksprater, Praterhütte 45

Built 1862 for the theatre director, Johann Fürst. Opened 21 Apr 1862. 1865 rebuilding, re-opened as "Fürsttheater". 1893 renamed "Jantsch-Theater" after the theatre director, Heinrich Jantsch. 1898 rebuilding by Kupka. 1905 renamed "Lustspieltheater". 1927 converted to a cinema and renamed "Lustspielkino". 1938 renamed "Film-Palast", later renamed "Tegethoff-Kino" and again "Filmpalast". 800 seats. Destroyed by a fire in 1981.

Notable world premieres:

  • August Strindberg: Kamraterna ("Comrades", 23 Oct 1905)
Links: www.geschichtewiki.wien.gv.at, EUTA, Wikipedia

Wien: Lustspieltheater im Prater Front Text: "Jantsch-Theater in Wien. Direktion: Adolf Ranzenhofer"
Type: Undivided Back
Size: Classic
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Wien: Lustspieltheater im Prater Picture: left: Lustspieltheater; middle: ferris wheel, right: tower of the Kristallpalast-Kino
Front Text: inscription above building: "Kino Lustspieltheater"
Reverse Text: "Wien, Riesenrad" [ferris wheel]
Publisher: Postkarten-Industrie, [Wien]
Size: Modern
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Wien: Lustspieltheater im Prater Picture: left: Lustspieltheater; middle: ferris wheel, right: Kristallpalast-Kino
Front Text: "Wien, Prater Riesenrad bei Nacht", inscription above building: "Kino [Lustspieltheater]"
Reverse Text: "Riesenrad, 64 m hoch, 30 Wagen, 600 Personen fassend, erbaut von W. B Basset 1897"
Publisher: Postkarten Industrie A. G., Wien; 3367
Type: Classic
Size: Modern
Sent: from Wien to Karlsruhe-Durlach (Germany), 1939

Wien: Lustspieltheater im Prater Picture: left: Lustspieltheater; middle: ferris wheel, right: tower of the Kristallpalast-Kino
Front Text: inscription above building: "Filmpalast", sign: advertising the 1939 film "Eine kleine Nachtmusik"
Reverse Text: "Wien, Prater, Riesenrad" [ferris wheel]
Publisher: ?; C/200/44
Type: Divided Back
Size: Classic
Not sent.

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