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Been there,done that.
Loews offered me to move to Dallas and open this theatre,but I turned them down to stay in Nashville.
Marcus Loews brother Henry was the first manager of this theatre.
This building still stands.
Sad but funny photo.
Good to see back on here Dave.
Looking East on Church Street. The street sign that says Summer Street is now 5th.Ave North.I worked at this theatre many years ago.
This is a shot of the Balcony.
What a classic Marquee and building.
15 cents what a deal!
What a sad looking marquee.
Is that the Will Rogers Collection?
The Loews Ohio is also behind the Loews State.
Thanks for posting these photos.I was offered the chance to open this theatre.But turned them down to stay in Nashville.Never knew what it looked like till now.Maybe I should have moved there!I would have been the first Manager there.
Was offered to chance to open this theatre as its first Manager,but turned them down to stay in Nashville.
Right before it was torn down.
This theatre was torn down in 1979.I remember it looking like this.
This was built as a Loews Theatre.
Thanks to whoever put the photo on this correct page.
What a cool little film.
Saw that, also posted to my Facebook page.
AKA Loews Melrose 1967-1981.
The Loews Vendome and the Paramount can be seen in the background.
The Paramonts vertical can be seen in the background.
The Tennessee Theatre can be seen in the background.