July 22, 2002
Among today’s terrific new batch of photos are several withering, but extant, Bridgeport, Connecticut movie houses as photographed by Cinema Treasures volunteer and local theater expert Roger Katz.
Other highlights include several English cinemas from our UK theater guru, Ian Grundy, and photos from William French, Michael Raney, David Jones, Ron Pierce, and Cinema Treasures' Canadian guide, Chad Irish.
July 15, 2002
We’ve just added a large batch of new and vintage photos thanks to Terry Charnock, Grant Smith, Bryan Krefft, Ian Grundy, Ron Pierce, Shannon Quay, Matt Fessler, Benjamin Traxel, and Cheryl Crandell.
Today’s group includes a photo of The Essoldo in Newcastle Upon Tyne, England during its 1968 run of “Gone With The Wind”, as well as several vintage postcards of long-gone movie houses.
Other photos include recent shots of the Egyptian in Park City, UT, the shuttered Quo Vadis in Westland, MI, the Rodgers Theatre in Poplar Bluff, MO, and an interior image of the Ryedale Palace Cinema in Malton, North Yorkshire, England.
July 12, 2002
With today’s selection of new theater photos, featuring movie houses from around the United States, Cinema Treasures now lists more than 1200 images!
The new photos include stunning views of three Fresno movie houses — the Tower Theater, Warnor’s, and the (former) Crest — courtesy of Andreas Fuchs. Additional shots courtesy of Grant Smith, Bryan Krefft, the Minnesota Historical Society, Jay Carollo/Kendall Natvig, and Dan Kaiser.
Have a great weekend!
July 10, 2002
We’ve just added a brand new batch of theater photos from Canada, Singapore, Malaysia, and England! Special thanks to Augustine Heng and Ian Grundy for another wonderful group of new and vintage images.
Our theater count has now exceeded 2400 “Cinema Treasures”!
July 3, 2002
We’ve just added a new batch of vintage and modern theater photos thanks to Owen Smith, the Minnesota Historical Society, Bryan Krefft, and Ron Pierce. Highlights include the Paramount in Baton Rouge, LA, the Timothy Pflueger-designed Alameda in Alameda, CA, and the “nautical exterior” of the Port in Corona Del Mar, CA.
Cinema Treasures will be closed Thursday and Friday for the American Independence Day holiday. We’ll return Monday, July 8th and we look forward to seeing you then!
July 2, 2002
We’ve added a great new collection of international movie houses from England, Greece, Singapore, Scotland, and Australia. Our deepest appreciation to Ian Grundy for our rapidly growing UK cinema section and special thanks to Augustine Heng and Andrew Mason.
Highlights of today’s photos include the outdoor Cine Manto in Mykonos Town, Greece, the giant proscenium arch of the Empire in Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia, and the colorful exterior of the Bedok 1 & 2 in Singapore.
July 1, 2002
Check back later today as we begin posting some of the dozens of new photos we’ve received in the past few weeks.
From vintage postcards to new digital photography, out latest batch of images features theaters from China, England, Canada, and from all over the United States.