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Thanks for that link Chuck.
Thanks for posting Count Basie Theatre.
Right on target there MPol,there is plenty of time in the day to text and talk on you phone,why do it in the movies?
Nice video,thanks for posting Howard.
Very Nice,Thanks for posting Ross.
Another great shot Thanks Brad.
Thats a great shot of Paradise!!
Thats cool I always had to use a ladder.
I have heard the when Cinerama was run at the Crescent in Nashville people got sick when the roller coaster parts were shown,it was so life like.Interesting video.
Interesting video,enjoyed it very much.
These videos are great!
Now thats funny stuff.
Thanks Ross I looked at the video about the Loews Kings that you were in,the videos are very addictive also.You guys took a great site and made it even better.
Thanks Dave,Harveys,Cain-Sloan,the theatres all long gone.At least the Arcade is still there.Good the see you back on Cinema Treasures.
This theatre opened in 1936 and closed in 1950.
Just updated the street veiw,where the 1st.Princess Theatre was located.
Great nightime photo,thanks Ken.
What a great documentary,thanks for posting Ross.
The theatre is still sitting empty with 8 blank poster cases.
Thats a nice link Chris,Thanks.
I am on Facebook to have some theatre stuff on my page,saw Jennifer on mine as someone I might know must be from her e-mail that you use.Now back to the Bordeaux Drive-in to stay on topic,LOL.
I sent Robin a photo of the marquee,but she never posted it,I will try to find another one.
Now thats a small drive-in Mike.
Sent a photo of the screen tower to Robin but she never posted it,I wish she would mail it back if she still has it.Does not look like she gets on C.T. anymore.
Yes Mike there were many more, I think we lost some info when they updated Cinema Treasures.