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The Paramount closed in 1979 and torn down,a new State Office building was to be built on the site, it is still a parking lot to this day.
$1.00 a ticket,Guess that was high price back then.
Looks like it was named Loews Fox for a while.
Great location on the corner,nice looking theatre.
Loews, Tennessee and Crescent Theatres can all be seen in this photo.The Paramount was also near 8th Ave on Church Street.
Nice looking theatre.
Sad Looking Marquee…..
Nice looking MARQUEE.
Looks like the vertical sign on the Princess theatre down the street are being turned off,at 415 Church St.
None of todays movie stars would promote their films like Jerry did.
This photo is from across the street fron the Loews.The Knickbocker Vertical sign can be seen in the background.
Cool Loews Ohio!!!!!!!!!!
That was the day I got married.
The building is still there drove by there last night.
The Knickerbocker had to entrances,one on each end.
What a great marquee.
Wow what a great photo.
The tower is back on the street marquee now,just like it was back then.
Daylight Doughnuts was still there in the 70,s.
This was the second Princess theatre in Nashville.
It took 26 breakers to cut on and off all the Marquee Light,I did many,many times.