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Published on September 11, 1909.
Published on July 5, 1914.
The Jerome Cinema opened on March 28, 1978 and it is currently closed. You can read about the closing here.
Sanborn map showing the open air theatre located behind the enclosed Evergreen Theatre.
The The National Theatre is listed in the 1935 Film Daily Yearbook with 800 seats
The Oakland Theatre in Detroit is listed in the 1928 Film Daily Yearbook with 397 seats.
Diepenbrock Theatre circa 1913.
Published on December 30, 1926.
Published on January 19, 1921.
Published on May 26, 1953.
The Palmetto Theatre in Georgetown, South Carolina is listed in the 1928 Film Daily Yearbook with 300 seats.
The Gil Theatre is listed in the 1955 Film Daily Yearbook with 750 seats.
Published on September 2, 1927.
Published on December 4, 1929.
Ad is dated April 2, 1931.
As Joe previously posted, the Temple Theatre opened on August 12, 1927. Ad has been uploaded. I haven’t found an exact closing date but the Temple Theatre closed around 1957. In July of 1958 the building was sold to the Masons and converted into a Masonic Lodge.
Published in the N.Y. Sun on May 6, 1914.
NEW WILLIAMSBURG THEATRE.
A $40,000 theatre will be erected on a Plot 70x100 feet on the north side of Broadway, between Marcy avenue and Havemeyer street. The property was purchased several months ago by Samuel Marcovici from the Realty Associates for $45,000.
The owners, the Williamsburg Theatre Company, incorporated in Albany Tuesday, with Richard Oelkers, Samuel Marcovici and Ira L. Rosenson as directors, will file plans with the Brooklyn building bureau within a few days.
It will be of brick, with stores on either side of the entrance. The Williamsburg Theatre will be its name. The building will be ready for occupancy by August 1.
This was the Hollywood back in 1983.
Hello John. Its good to be back on Cinema Treasures with my old account!
Published on August 11, 1927.
Published on November 23, 1913.
Photograph courtesy of the Neenah Public Library.
The 1929 Film Daily Yearbook lists three theatres for St. Anthony. The Rex with 600 seats, the Rialto with 500 seats, and the Gray with 400 seats. I assume that the Gray is the Gray Opera House.
The Paramount Theatre opened on December 5, 1929. According to a newspaper article in the Fayetteville Bulletin, the Temple Theatre was completely remodeled and re-named the Paramount Theatre. “Practically everything within the building is new from basement to roof”. At the time of opening, it was owned by the Publix Theaters Corporation.
Opening ad published on December 4, 1929.