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Storyboy,there are some photos of the Premier at the Loews Grand in the photo section on Cinema Treasures, I also think there are some on this page,you will have to go through the comments to find them,Also you can click on my name and look at my photos there are some on there,you can uplaod them to your profile page by clicking on the favorites heart.
Nice photo of the Loews State,Saint Louis.
Love the way the sign changes colors.
I second that motion.
Another McDonalds,just what the world needs.
What a great photo.
My grandmother was there that night.
Looking at this photo again it is great,just wish it was a little more clear,still a great shot.
I have seen photos of this theatre during World War 2 when it was open 24 hours a day.Had a neon sign on the corner of the building stating this.
One of the best shots I have seen.
Yes Mike about an hour away,sorry for the late responce.
What a great vertical sign.
A sad day for the Loews State,Cleveland.
Loews State and Loews Criterion in the same photo,pretty cool.
The Loews State Vertical sign can be seen in the top left hand side of photo.
Now that plain and simple.
Like the Loews State vertical sign in the background.
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.