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Another great Vintage photo.
Nashville Flood May 2010.
This is great!
This was a Loews United Artist theatre when first built.
The auditorium of this theatre has been torn down and replaced with a Harris Tetter Store.
From this weeks Nashville Scene.Darrel Scott with String Quintet Sat.Aug 13 8.P.M.August 18-28 Studio Tenn Presents:Guys and Dolls. Nanci Griffith Sat. Sept.3 at 8 P.M.Happy Birthday,Patsy Cline with Mandy Barnett Thursday,Sept.8 at 8 P.M.Loudon Wainwright 111 Sat. Sept.10 at 8 P.M.Nitty Gritty Dirt Band Friday,Sep. 23 at 8.P.M.
This theatre was A.K.A Loews Madison when i worked there.It is a church now.
That is a nice shot,Thanks for posting btkrefft.
The Lobby and concessions area with the carpet pulled up.AKA Loews Madison,this theatre is a church now.
These videos are great,does not look like many people check them out.Or maybe they just do not leave comments.
Thats old school alright.
The Criterion was a Loews Theatre in this postcard,with the Loews State in the background.
I agree Mike in Nashville we went from $2.50 to $3.00 in the late 70,s same result.
Yes that is a nice auditorium shot,thanks for posting.
The Loews Theatres home office was also in this building.What a great shot.
Thanks again Will,great find.
Wow what a piece of history,Thanks Will.
I agree Ron,if it will help them stay open give it a try.The Franklin Theatre near me has a full bar and beer too,As far as I know little or no trouble,the patrons want to see a movie or show and have a few drinks,most are not there to get wasted.
What a great Marquee,must be New Years in Times Square!
Thanks William you sure have come up with some great photos.
Cool photo of the Loews State and Loews New York right next each other.
What a great photo,love those large signs.
What a great piece of history,cool little film.
Pretty neat showing 2001 in the year 2001.