January 19, 2006
For sale — contents of two theaters: 2 Ballantyne pro 35s, 2 Xetron lights with power supplies, 2 super platters, seating, screens and other misc related items all in working order. In Michigan, please email: .
January 12, 2006
20 to 30 Sound Panels for sale, have photos to email if interested. $50 each and have varies sizes available. 3' wide to 4' wide and from 4' high to 7' high, and are insulated with insulation and can be recovered with any fabric. Will sell at a discount if you purchase 20 or more. contact Carl at 480-987-9801 or email Must sell to make room for other items.
January 11, 2006
Regent Theater fully renovated in 2003. Current capacity as a dinner theater is 250. Movie projector and equipment still intact and functional. We also still have the theater seats. Please email for more information: . The Regent is located in Wellington, Kansas. Lots of resturant equipment available for sale as well.
January 10, 2006
The following press release was sent by producer A. J. Roquevert:
“The documentary "No More Joy” – The Rise and Fall of New Orleans' Movie Theatres is now available on DVD. “No More Joy” is a wonderful documentary about the history of movie theatres in New Orleans.
Centered around the closing of the Joy on Canal Street back in 2003, Rene' Brunet, the oldest living exhibitor of New Orleans reminisces of the days when there was a theatre in every neighborhood. The film brings out how social changes, technology, and the distribution of films contributed to the rise and fall of movie theatres in New Orleans. With interviews from others in the movie industry, personal picture collections and articles from exhibitors and The Times Picayune, the story is told from the beginning to the present.
The film was completed in 2004 before hurricane Katrina struck. Please visit www.nomorejoy.com for reviews and purchase. The price is $15 and the filmmakers' proceeds will go to the hurricane relief charities in the New Orleans area."
January 6, 2006
Looking for a small 1-3 screen theater to lease.
Theater must be currently open or able to re-open without any serious work done. Theater should be in or around a med to large size town with a population of 100,000 or more.
If you have an unprofitable theater, plan to retire, or have a tenant that can not pay the rent or is on the verge of closing down, we are interested.
January 4, 2006
I am looking to buy a theater in Atlanta. If anybody has any information on a theater being available here please contact me on my cell (646) 327 9785 or email me at .
December 29, 2005
SOUTH BEND, IN — The State Theatre in downtown South Bend is closed and is available for sale.
Most recently operated as a night club featuring live music, the 34,000 plus square foot building is awaiting renovation. South Bend’s downtown is experiencing growth as a restaurant and entertainment destination with the Morris Performing Arts Center being the main attraction.
Contact the Prudential One Realty Commercial Division for more info… e-mail .
December 28, 2005
My family has 2 large gilt mirrors from the Paramount in NYC (1501 Broadway) that were rescued prior to the demolition.
We are trying to value the mirrors. Any ideas about how to do this? Or where I could find pictures of the original interior showing the mirrors?
December 21, 2005
ORANGE COUNTY, NY — 5 screens, long lease, great location, first run movies. Looking to retire!!!
December 9, 2005
Hello everyone! After having aquired a nice old 500 seat theatre and rescuing it, I have wanted to buy some more.
If any of you have any for sale, let me know. I would love to again restore a older theatre and welcome the chance to see if we can come to terms on the buying or leasing of it. Let me know.