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What a great looking marquee.
The Crierion when it was a Loews House.
Juby Garland in person at the Loews State,pretty cool.
Thanks Will, I also had trouble getting on C.T. on my old laptop after the upgrade,I would still get the e-mails but when i clicked on them my computer would not read them said it needed an upgrade,I finally got back on using my wifes new computer.You may have gotten unsubsribed by clicking the wrong place were you click to suscribe to a theatre has changed,under it it says to unsubsribe to all pages.I almost did that my self.You can also remove any of your comments now if you wish.Good to see you back on C.T.
O.K. Chuck I knew they were still showing movies,looks like they are not advertising movies in print ads now.Just the live stuff.
Thanks kiddmo,you are right it was the Joywood Salvage store before being torn down.
You can remove a comment now if it is not correct or you want to change it,and repost.Tinseltoes.
Man this photo section is great,keep up the good work everyone.
I know Chuck this info came from an ad in the Nashville Scene.Maybe I should have listed were my info came from.
This theatre was built as a Loews United Artist theatre.
Saturday July 16th. Tony Joe White is performing at 8:00 P.M.Jeffrey Steele Saturday July 23rd.8.P.M.Ray Price July 30th 8.P.M. Darrell Scott & String Quintet August 13th.8.P.M.No movie advertised at this time.
Interesting little video,enjoyed the bits of the biker movies,they were so bad they were good.
Cool story of this drive-in.Thanks steelbeard1.
Also known as Loews Coney Island.
Not true Mike,Loews built several drive-ins in Florida.
Nice vintage photo.
Great looking marquee!
Nice shot of the Loews.
There a several photos of this theatre posted on this page I wonder how one of them could be posted at the top of the page,with the story of the theatre?
The photo section is great,I am also enjoying the videos that have been posted.
What a great history lesson with this video,well done.
Another classic trailer!
Interesting little film,great shots of the L.A. Theatres.
Thanks for posting this Loews Trailer.