Named for Henry Hudson.
Bought by CBS and used for radio broadcasting from 1934 to 1937. Returned to live theatre in 1937. It was sold to NBC in 1950, housing the Tonight Show during it's tenure as a television studio.
Restored in 1959 and returned to live theatre.
n 1967, it became a porn theatre. In 1975, it became a double feature house.
Converted to a nightclub in 1981.
It was later converted to a conference center for a hotel.