June 20, 2006
Looking for an investment opportunity to create a new independent theater for both film/video presentations as well as some live music events. Seats 100-300 would be ideal.
Prefer NC/SC costal cities such as Wilmington/Wrightsville, Charleston or Myrtle Beach but would also seriously consider downtown areas in Charlotte, Raleigh, Chapel Hill, etc.
Funds available for some restoration work, but ideally we want a theater that is 80% ready to run.
Email details/photos to .
June 6, 2006
Has your theater been begging for new curtains? How about new light bars or lighting?
Look no further — make your theater the envy in town! We’ve got theater curtains of varoius sizes, 12 can lights, and light bars with sections of alminum 10' long!
Does this sound like what your theater has been waiting for? Then call today to fulfill the dreams of your legendary theater!
Call Mike at 608-637-3291
May 25, 2006
I am looking for people who can help me build my collection of old theater movie posters. I am looking for posters from the 20’s till the 80’s and from various genres and sizes.
If anyone still has old posters that he/she would be willing to sell, then please drop me a line. I am also interested in buying larger groups of posters.
i can be reached at: .
May 24, 2006
MONTCLAIR, NJ — The Historic Wellmont Theatre, located in the heart of downtown Montclair, is up for sale or net lease!
The theater was originally built as a live venue in 1922 and turned into New Jersey’s finest movie house shortly thereafter in 1929. It was triplexed in the middle of the century.
The two downstairs theater’s house around 403 seats while the upstairs theater (the original balcony) houses an unbelievable 500 seats. The theater has been updated sporadically, but retains the original grandeur and architectural detail.
If you are interested in leasing or purchasing this theater, please contact us. Terms to be negotiated. Call David Genova @ 973-783-2600 or email @ .
May 17, 2006
CINCINNATI, OH — The 4 manual, 33 rank Theatre Pipe Organ from the now closed Music Palace Restaurant is for sale.
The organ was originally installed in the Mastabaum Theatre in Philadelphia, PA in 1929. The console was rebuilt in 1998 after a 1992 fire destroyed the orginal. All the other components were not damaged and are originals.
The organ and the entire business are for sale. Inquires can be made to Barbra Martey at 513-821-1675. Photos can be seen at http://the-music-palace.tripod.com.
May 9, 2006
850 Theater seats for sale
Consession counters for sale
Pop machine motors, compressors and pumps Misc. for sale
Location, Phoenix, AZ.
Contact Pete. 480-227-6217
Make offer, best offer takes it.
I am searching for an old movie house to lease with a future option to buy. Must be in operation, will consider the grand old type, but would like to be able to show “scope” 70mm (would be idea) for special festivals, etc. Not looking for first run.
Makes no difference what area of the country it is located will consider all. If it the right fit, i will go for it.
If you have one or know of someone who has one on the market, email me ASAP. Even you guys who want to sell, why not consider lease with option?
May 8, 2006
I have a Arkon Hearing Impaired System Unit and 3 sets of Hearing Impaired Headsets for sale never used still in the box everything included. I also have 2 used Telex IC-W2 box office systems and various box office window speakers and 2 headsets one used and one unused all of them work.
Make me an offer at . I also have pictures if you are interested.
May 3, 2006
The following items are for sale: curtains, light bars, lighting, movie theater screen. HAS TO BE GONE IN 10 DAYS! CALL MIKE IF INTERESTED!
Location: Lacrosse, Wisconsin
Phone: 1 (608) 637-3291
May 1, 2006
HOULTON, ME — The 1919 Temple Theatre, fully renovated in 2002, is being offered for sale.
The theatre, twinned in the 1980’s, features two 200 seat auditoriums, each with balcony. All theatre equipment is included.
Purchase price includes the operating theatre as a business, the land (which includes a parking lot and has room for additional construction), and two floors of the three-story theatre building, including 6500 sq, ft. of second floor rental/lease office space (the third floor of the building is privately owned in a condominium arrangement with the Masonic Temple Association.)
The location is the downtown Market Square area of Houlton, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Sites.