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The article above deals with restoration at Sheas.
The above newspaper article expands on the Palace’s plight to go digital.
The twin was turned into a quad. Four more theatres were added across the hall. Each quad had a seperate ticket booth and concession stand.
This link shows a truck which has crashed into the marquee which is brought up in a previous comment.
This link deals with the theatre’s plan to convert to digital projection.
The link above is an article from .the Buffalo News about the Transit Drive-In
The link above deals with Shea’s screening of the classic horror film, “Phantom of the Opera”, with accompaniment by the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra.
The link above shows some pictures of this theatre.
This theatre was actually in Cheektowaga. There is a picture of the marquee in the snack bar of the medical complex, which occupies the site of the former drive-in.
The link above is the obituary for the former owner of this theatre.
The link above shows an interior view of the theatre.
This link looks as Sheas success as a performing arts center.
Above is a link for this theatre
Vandals have not deterred activity at this theatre. Check out upcoming films and live performances at:
An update on the theft at the theatre is found above.
The website above shows a picture of this theatre.
The above link is a recent article in the Buffalo News about the Palace.
I’m told the architect of this theatre was Stanley Paukstela.
The above website shows the LaSalle Theatre. Look at the prices on the marquee.
From what I can see this theatre is now used exclusively as a church.
The website below updates restoration efforts regarding the marquee.