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Adding to the above comment the Melrose and Bellemeade were built in the early 40,s the Inglewood about 10 years later.
The Inglewood Theater was the only house in Nashville that had a “Cry” room for babys. It was not a sister theater to the Melrose or Bellmeade they looked very different.IT mave have been build by Crescent Amusement Company though any info out there.
Not many single screens left. This house looks well kept and was once owned by Henry Fondas wife how cool.
Thanks Ken, very interesting site. At least in London when they tear down an old theater they built a new one at the same site.Can not say that for the good old U.S.of A.
Nice 1938 photo! Need more info.
Hard to believe there no photos of this theater if it opened in 1981.
What a Folly about the Folly!
Address Numbers can change the old address you have tried may not even be good anymore. There are a lot of posts on this site and we still do not know were this movie house was.
Larry might not interest you,but it does to some people.Have a great day.
Cool picture of the LOEWS ELSMERE. Never heard of it until today.
Nice picture I love LOEWS old signs.Too bad that they don,t make them like that anymore!!!!
Great picture of Kelly Furniture with LOEWS SPOONER vertical sign still on it.
Great pictures of the LOEWS CENTURY.
ken mc’s picture is sad but a great find,only picture I have seen of the LOEWS LINCOLN.
Any pictures anyone?
How big is the box office and how many ushers do they have?
When they twinned it did they cut it in half 500 seats a side.And does anybody have any pictures?
I think its great another old Loews is is still there and being used today. Why do we keep tearing down all the cool stuff and building condos, Thats right I know $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
Love this site I am an old theater man myself. Worked for LOEWS many years but love all the old and new movie houses.This site keeps me out of the bars and off the street,just kidding.Great work keep it coming!
Maybe they should call it the Grand Gopher.
Gopher what a name, nice looking movie house though.
Oh the good old days the stories I could tell you about my days with the “LOEWS” gang in Nashville, it would be rated at least a “R”.Our theaters also ways smelled funny and I do not mean popcorn.
Telephone Road Drive-In, this was before cell-phones I believe.Must have been a good place.
Hey Tim, Money is why! In he old days the owners gave you a place that was better than the movie you were watching,much better, all the new movie houses are like shoe boxes. All they care about is the box office and candy stand.You are lucky to be getting a new house in Downtown L.A. All the downtown movie houses closed in Nashville in the late 70’s.Enjoy the show!
Another one bites the dust!!!!!!!