For Sale

  • September 21, 2006

    Theatres of Oakland (California)

    Theatres of Oakland (California) by Jack Tillmany and Jennifer Dowling, is now available on the Internet and will be in stores next month. 128 pages and 200 photos tell the story. If you loved Theatres of San Francisco, don’t miss Theatres of Oakland, coming soon to a book store near you. Don’t miss it!

  • September 20, 2006

    35 MM / 16 MM Dual Projector System for sale

    The system consists of two full 35mm projectors including light boxes, ballasts, a third 16mm projector accessory and lots and lots of reels and spare parts. It was installed in a private theater, new, about 8 years ago and then decommissioned 4 years later. It sat unused for another 4 years until it was removed. It currently resides in dry storage.

    Price is negotiable. Make me an offer!

  • September 15, 2006

    Regent Theatre for sale!!!

    WELLINGTON, KS — The beautiful Regent Theatre is for sale. Newly remodeled in 2002. Currently showing first run movies. Please email for further details. Serious inquiries only please.

  • Theater for sale in Middletown, NY

    MIDDLETOWN, NY — Well-established 5 screen, 800 seat, first run movie theater located in high traffic shopping center. Well maintained, 14000 sq. ft., room for expansion. Turn key operation, great cash flow. Owner looking to retire. Serious inquiries only. Financials available upon request to qualified buyers. Contact Mark @ 914-443-8946 or email at .

  • September 13, 2006

    Original floorplans to the Fabian Theatre for sale

    PATERSON, NJ — Fabian Theatre floorplans are for sale. I have a partial set of floorplans dated in 1924, designed by F.W. Wentworth. I also have a full set of original floor plans for the Alexander Hamilton Hotel also dated in 1924 by F.W. Wentworth. If anyone would like to make an offer or have any questions or would like to see some photos, please .

    Thank You,
    Phil

  • September 8, 2006

    1930s Better Theatres magazines for sale

    Motion Picture Herald- 1935-1936 Better Theatres magazines for sale. These magazines were issued by Quigley Publishing and offer a wealth of information about every aspect of classic movie theatres. Each issue is about 40 pages and is loaded with articles, photos and advertisements geared toward theatre owners, managers and operators.

    Perhaps the best part is the photos of classic theaters including interiors and or exteriors of The Austin in Chicago, The New Venus in Sherveport, La.,The Grand in Terre Haute, The Pickwick in Mississippi, The Bexley in Columbus, Ohio, Ambassador in Baltimore, Lyric in Lubbock, Texas, The Louis in New York City, The Criterion in Oklahoma City, The Princess in Cleveland, Ohio. Malone in Sikeston, Mo., Bryn Mawr in Chicago, Rodgers in Cairo, Ill., Rialto at 42nd & Broadway in New York City,

  • August 29, 2006

    Theater Seats for sale

    The seating for sale here was made by the American Seating Co. in 1927 (still in business today!). These seats were top of the line at there time and have been well kept. The cushions are comfortable and in a beautiful shade of emerald green.

    A somewhat matching color tape hides tears in the fabric on some of the cushions. Cast iron engraced framwork appear to be rust and corrosion free; painted bloody brown. The end pieces have isle lighting fixtures built in, however, the electrical hardware has not been tested.

  • Vintage Trailers for sale

    I have several vintage trailers for sale.

    Never a Dull Moment, 1968, Dick Van Dyke, Color & Sound, 136 feet.

    Moonspinners, 1964, Color & Sound, 156 feet.

  • August 25, 2006

    Utah Theatre put up for sale

    SALT LAKE CITY, UT — After failing to generate interest from numerous avenues, The Utah Theatre is going up for sale with the hope of being scooped up by the city and renovated for performing arts usage.

    Rick Howa has given up his goal to build a new performing-arts theater in the mothballed Utah Theatre on Salt Lake City’s Main Street.

    After unsuccessfully trying to peddle the playhouse to Salt Lake City and Salt Lake County, Howa late last week hung a large “for sale” sign on the one-time vaudeville theater and subsequent movie house.

    For more, read the full story in the Salt Lake Tribune.

  • August 22, 2006

    Theater Organ Records

    I have five theater organ records for sale. I have not played them for years, so I am not sure of their condition.

    That Ain’t The Way I Heard It, Ann Leaf Plays The Mighty Pipe Organ.

    Pipes Of Pandamonium, Don Kinnier plays the Rahway Theatre Wurlitzer.