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A photo of the theater’s entrance can be seen here; the theater was still under construction when this photo was taken.
Aerial view; the theatre is the large building in the lower right quadrant.
Articles about this theater’s opening can be read here, here, and here.
A New York Daily News story about the closing and the theater’s owner can be read here.
Here is an old postcard view of the Masonic Lodge/Palace Theatre in Mt. Carmel, IL.
Interior views of this base theater can be seen here and here.
The Gottschalk’s department store that was an anchor at this mall has been demolished; a new fourteen-screen theater is set to be built in the area formerly occupied by the store.
Since 2011, this theater has been known as the Destiny 12 after it was sold by Destinta in 2011. It was declared by Hamilton Township officials to be unsafe for human occupancy and closed at least temporarily on Dec. 21, 2012. View article. It had apparently been running as a discount operation.
A picture of the entrance to the Silver City Cinemas in Victoria can be seen here.
A picture of the Hollyburn Theatre probably taken in 1957 can be seen here.
Direct link to article cited above about the closing.
An architectural drawing of this theater can be seen here, and additional architectural renderings and details about the theater can be found here.
Community support of a fund-raising effort will enable this theater to make the transition to digital projection: View article
The Cameo will celebrating its centennial in 2013 with special events and some renovations: View article
Closed since since Hurricane Sandy hit, this theater has reopened: View article
Here is a picture of the Crystal Theatre in Milwaukee.
A view of the former cinema now in use as a snooker club can be seen here.
Thre is a picture of this theater on its page at CinemaTour.
A close-up view of the theatre’s entrance can be seen here.
A slideshow of five photos can be seen here.
Official website: http://www.globaldungannon.com/
The owner has established this website for those who would like to help reopen the theater as a not-for-profit.
This theater’s should have its former name – State Theater – listed as an AKA.
A picture of the Cine Marconi can be seen here.
A drawing of the Cine Teatro Belgrano can be seen on this webpage.