||1937 or thereabouts. The marquee says "Helen Hayes, Gary Cooper" - they starred in "A Farewell to Arms" in 1932, but the International Casino - the building in which the theater was located - was built in 1937. So this was a re-release. The International Casino was one of the most ingenious buildings of the era, and demonstrated the ability of humankind to get around any sort of liquor law. The laws specified a maximum of one (1) stand-up bar in any drinking establishment, so the architects built a spiral bar that ran two stories. Brilliant.
But hopeless. The International Casino closed in 1940, and its replacement was - well, you'll see.