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The Pink Cadillac Drive-In and the Iuka Drive-In in Mississippi, need digital projectors. More information can be found here.
City of Fullerton website claims that this building was built in 1905. Your right about Walker & Eisen not being the theatre architects.
The Rialto is listed in the 1926 Film Daily Yearbook with 650 seats.
Photo is courtesy of the Fullerton Public Library.
Circa 1918 photo is courtesy of the Fullerton Public Library.
The Queen Theatre in Knoxville is listed in the 1932 Film Daily Yearbook as closed with 800 seats.
Published in the Long Island Daily Press on November 12, 1935.
DRAKE THEATRE TO OPEN SOON
Residents of Rego Park are watching with interest the rapid completion of the Drake Theatre at 62-90 Woodhaven Boulevard, Queens' newest and most modern motion picture theatre, which will open soon. The new theatre, the last word in modern construction, will be operated by a circuit having theatres in Brooklyn, Manhattan and New Jersey.
The Drake Theatre embodies the latest developments in sound reception, projection and air-conditioning. The air in the theatre will be purified at regular intervals and a comfortable temperature will be maintained at all times.
The auditorium is roomy, rows of seats having been sacrificed to provide more room. The seats are deeply upholstered and will provide the
maximum in comfort. Aisles are wider and so is the space at the rear of the auditorium.
R. C. A. high fidelity sound equipment, considered by engineers best fitted for intimate motion picture theatres, will be used. Projection
lamps of high voltage will throw a bright light on the screen enabling patrons to view pictures without eyestrain.
The auditorium is decorated in modernistic motif. Indirect lighting provides illumination. Coves, concealing strings of lights, are placed
at intervals along the auditorium walls giving a soft restful light.
Selected features from the major studios in Hollywood will be shown. The theatre occupies a site in the centre of the fast-growing Rego Park section.
The Majestic Theatre is listed in the 1935 Film Daily Yearbook with 250 seats.
The Dreamland Theatre is listed in the 1939 Film Daily Yearbook with 554 seats.
The Hanover Theater building is for sale. Details can be found here.
The Pekin Theatre is listed in the 1928 Film Daily Yearbook with 400 seats.
The Boulevard Theatre is listed in the 1956 Film Daily Yearbook with 480 seats.
The Elite Theater is listed in the 1928 Film Daily Yearbook with 400 seats.
Published on January 13, 1966.
From the Collections of the Museum of the City of New York.
According to this article, seating is 2,098.
The Grand Theatre opened on January 22, 1914.
There mght have been an open air theatre associated with the Golden Rod Theatre. Published in the Daily Star on March 27, 1912.
Mr. Robert Whitten, of the Golden Rod Theatre on Thirteenth street, who has been entertaining the people of this town with moving picture and vaudeville shows during the winter months for several years, is making preparations to do so also during the summer season. Excavations are being made for an aerodrome on Mr. Whitten’s property on Thirteenth street, between Fifth avenue and Louisa Street.
The Texas Theater is open again. This article states that the Texas Theater was previously known as the Palace Theater.
Address is 115 Eighth Street. Texas Theater website
Published in the Daily Star on March 17, 1911.
Mr. Robert Whitten has had his Golden Rod Theatre enlarged by a large addition and will throw the enlarged amusement hall open to the public next week.
Published on January 28, 1912.
The moving picture and vaudeville entertainment of the Young Men’s Club of St. John’s Lutheran Church will take place Wednesday afternoon and evening at the Golden Rod Theatre, on Thirteenth street. A good program has been prepared for the occasion.
The Madison Theater has opened again. It now has two screens and classic movies will be shown. Here is an article about the opening including some photos.
Madison Theater website
The Arlington Theatre is listed in the 1928 Film Daily Yearbook with 300 seats.
According to this article, Hollywood Cinemas 9 closed in June of 2013. Number of seats given in the article is 2,500.
As of today, the Hollywood Cinemas 9 website still works but no movie schedule is given.
The State Theatre in Plainview, Texas is listed in the 1955 Film Daily Yearbook with 400 seats. The address given is 113 East 6th Street.
The Royal Theatre in St. Mary’s, Ohio is listed in the 1926 Film Daily Yearbook with 300 seats.
The Vic Theatre building is for sale. More information can be found here.