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Rsieving, I knew Roger, I did the relief manager work for the Arthur Theatres on a part time basis while working full time for TWA. I think Roger took over the Fox after Tony Palusso retired.
This theatre is listed as an African American Theatre at the University of Kentucky Library.
The Lyric was one of 7 African American Theatre in Louisville.
This was one of Louisville’s 7 African American Theatres.
The Dixie was one of Louisville’s African American movie theatres.
I believe this theatre is closed. There is no listing for the theatre and the phone is no longer is service.
According to Google Earth the side of the drive-in faced Garden Blvd. and the rear faced Cooper St. That makes the address given by jwmovies incorrect. The foot print of the drive-in can be seen on the Google Earth in the photo section posted by Drive-In 1954.
Evidently the renovation never took place.
Scheduled to re-open on May 10 for the 2013 season. The drive-in is not yet digital.
Mike here is a direct link
What a Fantastic video.
Where it says 372 seats in the header it should be cars.
Although not much history is given on the Grand Theatre it is listed on Cinema Treasures
According to their website, 4 Screens DLP Digital Projection and Sound
Address for the Temple Yheatre is 109 N. Russell St., Portland, TN
The Kalispell Stadium 14 is all digital projection and sound.
They do have a new phone number but they gave features playing for April 19 thru April 25. They answer the phone welcome to Regency Railto Theatre and then list the current attractions. The theatre showed up when clicking on the Related Website on the right side of this page. New phone number is 951-341-5720.
“Diamonds Are Forever” was released in December of 1971.
Opening day for the Wynnewood Theatre was July 1, 1951
Should have a AKA Strand Theatre.
Randy, I wonder if this was a remodel in 1950 since the theatre opened on Aug. 15, 1946.
Somewhere around 1933 this was known as the Bishop Avenue Theatre. After a remodel in 1934 was renamed the Astor. Listing should have AKA’s of Bishop Avenue and Rialto.
Shouldn’t the city and state be listed as Pelham, NC. since it was located in North Carolina and not Virginia?
HomerJack, The Sudekum Brothers Theatres eventually became Crescent Amusement Co.
Chris your link is not functioning.