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Patsy commented about Riviera Theatre on Jan 10, 2005 at 6:34 am

sam_e: Thanks for the updated NFTOS to RTOPS! Can’t wait to enter the Riv, look and listen! Maybe we could meet you there so will keep in touch come springtime!

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Patsy commented about Waikiki 3 on Jan 9, 2005 at 7:14 pm

Sadly, “was” in Hawaii!

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Patsy commented about Waikiki 3 on Jan 9, 2005 at 7:12 pm

I had to add this one to my favorites just because IT’S IN HAWAII!

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Patsy commented about Riviera Theatre on Jan 9, 2005 at 7:00 pm

Charles: Made email correction….thanks again for the Riv info!

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Patsy commented about Riviera Theatre on Jan 9, 2005 at 6:54 pm

Very interesting to note that on Valentine’s Day 1989 the Riv became the loving property of the Niagara Frontier Theatre Organ Society! What better group to maintain the theatre and it’s organ than a dedicated organ society! Congratulations!

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Patsy commented about Riviera Theatre on Jan 9, 2005 at 6:48 pm

Charles: Tried to send email, but is undeliverable!?!

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Patsy commented about Riviera Theatre on Jan 9, 2005 at 6:02 pm

THANK YOU CHARLES! MUCH APPRECIATED!

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Patsy commented about Grand Theatre on Jan 9, 2005 at 1:37 pm

If anyone clicks on the Mapquest location for the Grand it was not north of I-90, but south of the NYS Thurway at the corner of N. Portage and Main Street.

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Patsy commented about Grand Theatre on Jan 9, 2005 at 1:21 pm

Must be something to see an ‘atmospheric’ church in Milwaukee WS! This one interests me because of the former Grand name as my hometown theatre was called the Grand, also.

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Patsy commented about Avalon Theatre on Jan 9, 2005 at 12:41 pm

Have a safe trip and when you return please let us know what you saw on your CA theater research trip!

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Patsy commented about Avalon Theatre on Jan 9, 2005 at 12:06 pm

KenRoe: There are many wonderful theatres in the USA, but then again perhaps you only post the ones you have actually visited? Many of mine are those I have never seen, in person, and the rest I have visited (most recently the Fabulous Fox/Atlanta) or hope to in the coming years.

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Patsy commented about Avalon Theatre on Jan 9, 2005 at 12:04 pm

sam_e: Funny post! When I read about the Avalon I, too, hear those lyrics and that song in my head! I recall it being “26 miles” also, but then again it seems that lyricists sometimes take special license to rhyme words or in this case….numbers to make them flow better in a song.

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Patsy commented about Wiltern Theater on Jan 9, 2005 at 8:02 am

I just added this one to my favorites as it’s another grand art deco lady!

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Patsy commented about Wichita Theatre and Opera House on Jan 9, 2005 at 8:00 am

My husband and I lived in Wichita Falls TX during his USAF years and so we recall going to see movies at the Wichita Theater.

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Patsy commented about Avalon Theatre on Jan 9, 2005 at 7:57 am

KenRoe: Interesting to read that this theatre is on Catalina Island! Found this theatre while reviewing your favorites and this one is the only one you list in the USA.

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Patsy commented about Judy Drive-In on Jan 9, 2005 at 7:45 am

The car cruises that are held here would be worth attending if you live close to the area and have a neat classic or street rod to drive to this drive-in!

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Patsy commented about Tampa Theatre on Jan 9, 2005 at 7:36 am

Another great theatre that I was recently told about at an organ society dinner party. These ‘atmospheric’ theatres that have been saved and renovated are a jewel to their communities and are such cinema treasures!

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Patsy commented about Olympia Theatre at Gusman Center on Jan 9, 2005 at 7:31 am

Found this theatre though a newly introduced friend and couldn’t believe how utterly beautiful this Eberson ‘atmospheric’ theatre is. I lived in FL for over 30 years and never visited this theatre in Miami as I didn’t know of its existence and didn’t have the theatre ‘bug’ then. Sure wish the Paramount Theatre in Palm Beach FL still existed though. My husband knows the man who bought the Paramount sign many years ago and now wonder if he still has it today??

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Patsy commented about Warner Theatre on Jan 9, 2005 at 7:26 am

I would also suggest that you contact someone in your area for help…perhaps an architect who is familiar with building models, to scale. Good luck, Angelgirl.

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Patsy commented about Warner Theatre on Jan 8, 2005 at 10:59 am

A cinema member named KenRoe who is in England has much information on many theatres so he may be of help to you, also.

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Patsy commented about Warner Theatre on Jan 8, 2005 at 10:58 am

Angelgirl: I will be attending a theatre group party this evening and will ask around for you although I’m not in the CT area. Always nice to read a post from a young person who has the ‘theatre bug’!

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Patsy commented about Carolina Theatre on Jan 7, 2005 at 1:02 pm

Ross: I would like to see the complete Carolina Theatre information included at the top of this page rather than the word ‘unknown’ as most or all of the background information is included in several posts particularly the ones from KenRoe and Charlie C.

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Patsy commented about Warner Theatre on Jan 3, 2005 at 6:13 pm

I plan to get a personal tour of the Warner this coming summer as I will be in the Erie PA area and have recently emailed the general manager and a member of the Erie Philharmonic who is involved with the Warner.

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Patsy commented about Warner Theatre on Jan 3, 2005 at 5:59 pm

Might be in CT next Octoberfor a wedding near Hartford so will check it out then! Where is Torrington?

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Patsy commented about Cabarrus Theatre on Jan 3, 2005 at 5:44 pm

“You can still tell where the box office used to sit and the receptionist desk is the concession stand but modified. The brilliant Art Deco curvatures in the ceiling exist as does the domed lobby and brass railings. To the right of the desk is a comissioned letter by, I believe Paramount Studios, that contains well over 50 autographs of then famous stars and directors. That is really all you can see from the lobby because you need security clearance to get to the back.” The interior sounds really unique and special, but if security clearance is needed to get to the back I may never see it! How did you get inside before it became a pass key bank?

You can still tell where the box office used to sit and the current receptionist desk is the concession stand but modified. The brilliant Art Deco curvatures in the ceiling exist as does the domed lobby and brass railings. To the right of the desk is a comissioned letter by, I believe Paramount Studios, that contains well over 50 autographs of then famous stars and directors.

That is really all you can see from the lobby because you need security clearance to get to the back.