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I have the Theatre Talks LLC link from which the 1913 postcard image originates from.
The link has the full history of the Thompson’s Moving Pictures Theatre.
But I am unable to copy & paste it to this CT post.
I have sent the link to the CT Admins, and hope that they are able to share it here.
And replace the brief description I added when I added the theatre.
If anyone else can add the link it would be appreciated too.
The word Theatre shoulod be added to the name.
The word “Broadwalk” also needs to be changed to “Boardwalk”.
I’ve just been informed the Fargo Theater fashion store conversion photos I posted in the Photos Section, are from October 1974.
I just added 3 images to the Photos Section.
They are courtesy of Chicago graphic artist Shelley Howard. Who in the early `80s was commissioned to design an art deco motif at the Fargo Theatre.
For it’s brief run as a designer clothing outlet.
This would be what Darrel Wood’s 2005 post refers to.
He designed and painted the marquee and the murals in the lobby interior.
Shelley also designed promotional posters for JAM Productions concerts in Chicago, that hung above the door of NEO nightclub & other clubs.
Old school graphics via keyline & paste up, no computers.
The 11/21/60 photo I just added was courtesy of Jeff Davies via the Historic Florida FB page.
CT added the pic before I could finish the full description.
The photo I added posted before I could finish it’s description.
It is the Chicago Theatre presumably after it closed in 1951.
Photo courtesy of IIRC via Scott Grieg via the Forgotten Chicago FB page.
The photo I added posted before I could give it a full description.
It is the Chicago Theatre presumably during it’s conversion into the Joyland Theatre.
Photo circa 1951-1952 courtesy of IIRC via Scott Grieg on Forgotten Chicago FB page.
Could this theater also have been called The Capitol Theater at one time?
I saw a photo of a Capitol in Lafollette that later became McCarty Fashion Store.
I can find no Capitol Theater in Tennessee on CT.
Just added 2 images of a 1926 Hamlin Theatre program, courtesy of Bruce Kelleher.
Though 1925 is written along the top,
all the films were released in 1926.
Coincidentally there is an article about the recent sale of this theater that came out today.http://www.uptownupdate.com/
www.uptownupdate.com if the link doesn’t work.
Ironically I just received this update, but didn’t recognize the theater name in my e-mail.
That’s because since my last update this morning, the Grauman names has been removed from the header on this Cinema Treasures page.
I think it should have been left in place, as it is the most recognizable name associated with this theater.
Was TCL behind this change, on a forum that deals more in the history of theaters?
I’m just curious, because the CT search feature is not very thorough to begin with. And removing the historic Grauman name will just cause confusion.
(It’s the Marshall Fields/Macy’s mess all over again to us in Chicago)
I spent an hour or so searching for a theater on Division Street in Chicago.
Only to have another forum find it as The Vision Theater, and sure enough on Division St.
The CT search field never brought it up, even though I used every combination of Division Street, St., West, W., Chicago etc.
FYI. Added to the Photos section one I found of Facebook of an Auburn promotion at the Roosevelt.
I posted in the Photos Section a 1930’s era photo.
Photo source unknown.
Correction to the circa 1928 photo I just posted.
Photo credit should got to Barney Neuberger via Scott Greig.
FYI. Just uploaded a 1929 theatre program for John Ford’s “the Black Watch” to the Photos section.
It includes a small floor plan diagram.
Photo courtesy of Decaying Hollywood Mansions FB page.
Hmmm. I’m still getting “Image cannot be displayed because it contains errors” in faint lettering at the top.
btkreft, there is no photo on that link.
Just a grey background.
Here’s the YouTube link of “The Wanderers” opening credits featuring the RKO Fordham. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xzHA1WSgm0U
I would only be against them taking over the Portage, if they insist on removing the seats. The neighborhood is still a movie going clientele. One of the main reasons there was such opposition to the church. If they remove the seats to make it a concert venue only, it will be the same as if the church had taken it over anyway. There will be no way to run classic films or staged events without seats.
Here’s the link to the Geico commercial featuring the exterior of the Tivoli. I hope this works.
Correction, the photo I posted is post 1959.
There is a brief shot of the State Theater in the background, in a scene in “American Graffiti”.
I believe it is when Milner pulls up to save Toad during a beating by the car thieves who stole the `58 Impala.
Also when Milner returns to his own car.
Broan, your above link is not accessable.When CT changed their website format, they changed the manner in which links need to be embedded into comments.
Unfortunately I do not know what that requires.
Therefore I only attach photos in the Photo Section.
Just drove by it. Still looks like the profile picture. “Pineapple Express” & “Tropic Thunder” are still on the marquee.
NBC Today show ran a piece this morning about “SMASH”, shot in the St. George. Interiors, backstage, on stage production shots & short interviews with 3 lead cast members.
It might be up on the Today Show or NBC’s website.
(I predict now, that after that show’s TV run, a stage version is actually developed.)
St. George’s website lists their address as 35 Hyatt Street, not 25 BTW.
Cool. It appears to Roland Burris & Ald. Fred Roti (gray trench coat)standing to the left in the photo.