October 18, 2002
We close out the week with another big batch of theater photos. This time, we have images from all over the US, including Ohio, South Carolina, Missouri, Kansas, Idaho, Georgia, Michigan, and Minnesota.
Highlights include a beautiful, detailed view of the remains of the Chief theater in Pocatello, ID; a nighttime shot of the Trustees Theatre in Savannah, GA; a recent shot of the Somerville Theatre in Somerville, MA; and a recent image of the American Theater in St. Louis, MO.
Thanks to Bryan Krefft, Patrick Crowley, Jean, Paul Knittel, Joel Weide, Ron Pierce, Keith Schad, Cindy Lawson, and the Minnesota Historical Society for today’s images.
October 17, 2002
Another day, another set of cool theater photos. Today, we journey back to the East Coast, with photos from several Eastern states, including New York, New Jersey, Maryland, Virginia, New Hampshire, and Florida.
Images not worth missing include a vintage shot of the Fox Theatre in Brooklyn, NY; a 1950’s postcard view of the Harbor Theatre in Stone Harbor, NJ; a recent look at Staten Island’s Paramount; and a postcard view of the Roxy Theater in Norfolk, VA.
Thanks to Vasilios Papaioannou, Kathleen Moore, Jean, and Bryan Krefft for submitting these images.
October 16, 2002
Today we bring you an excellent group of shots of classic movie theaters from around the world, including theaters from Canada, China, Denmark, and France.
Some of the highlights in today’s batch include an electric view of Montreal’s Capitol Theatre; two shots of Vancouver’s Granville Street theater district, including shots of the Colonial Theatre and the Coronet Theatre; a poignant shot of one usher’s return to the Lyric, in Kitchener, Ontario; and a vintage postcard view of the Tivoli Cin
October 15, 2002
We return to the fine city of Chicago, Illinois with today’s batch of new theater photos. (Ok, that’s not entirely true, one of these photos is actually from East. St. Louis, but you get the idea.)
Today’s new images include a recent photo of the former Marshall Square Theatre; vintage postcard views of the Colonial Theatre, the Illinois Theatre, the Majestic, and the Roosevelt Theater; and a stunning image of the Congress Theater.
Thanks to Bryan Krefft, Carla G. Surratt/PicturingChicago.com, Mike Conway/Congress Theater, and Jo Reizner/University of Chicago for sending us these images.
October 14, 2002
Today’s splendid batch of theater photos brings us new images of classic movie theaters in California, New Mexico, and Oklahoma.
Be sure to check out our nighttime shots of the Criterion Theater, the Paramount Theater, and the Winter Garden Theatre; a colorful view of the Santa Cruz, and a recent exterior view of the Robin Hood Theatre in, of all places, Sherwood, Oregon.
Thanks to Bryan Krefft, Chuck Parker, JustOlBob, Paul Noble, Scott Padrick, Wes Reeves, Melissa, Tom Rose, William French, and Ron Pierce for submitting today’s images.
October 11, 2002
Cinema Treasures superstar Ian Grundy returns with an awesome batch of over 20 new theater photos from the United Kindgom.
Among the highlights… shots of the endearing Cottage Road Cinema in Leeds, the aptly-named Cosy in Tadcaster, the late Victorian Harrogate Theatre in Harrogate, the Bradford Imax Cinema in Bradford, the diminutive Rex in Elland, and an updated shot of the Odeon in Harrogate.
October 10, 2002
Cinema Treasures takes a trip down south with today’s batch of theater photos.
Today, we bring you recent pics of the Charlotte, NC’s Carolina Theatre; Dekatur, GA’s innocent-looking Belvedere Theatre; Statesville, NC’s Newtowne 1 & 2; Atlanta, GA’s Tara, a local arthouse fav; and several other great shots.
Thanks to Tammy Conner/UA Girl for providing many of these images.
October 9, 2002
We’ve just posted our latest batch of theater photos!
These new images include vintage shots of the Cine Rubens in Antwerp, Belgium (courtesy of Serge Bosschaerts); the Colonial Theatre in Hagerstown, Maryland; the Harris Theatre in Findlay, Ohio; the Orpheum Theatre in Madison, Wisconsin; and the Worth Theatre in Fort Worth, Texas.
September 10, 2002
We’ve just added over 60 new theaters thanks to Jean, Bryan Krefft, Mike Croaro, Martin Trainer, Jim Rankin, Joel Weide, William Gabel, Michael R. Rambo Jr., Ron Pierce, William Hochstedler, Jim DeCaro, Shay Rodgers, John Daggett, Joe Lieras, Pavel, Serge Bosschaerts, and John Ramser.
Thanks everyone and keep ‘em coming!
September 4, 2002
Thanks to Serge Bosschaerts, we’re proud to say we’ve added our first Belgian theater to Cinema Treasures — Cine Rex.