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A recent picture is on www.preservationdirectory.com/photodatabase_theaters.html
Yes, it has not been demolished yet I think.
A picture is at
First of all, an exterior view of the theater at:
Hope you enjoy it!!!!
2nd of all, why is Chris H.’s comment (above) posted twice?
A picture is here:
Here is a picture:
A pic of the raise-the-roof movie house is at
A photo of this theater is located at
I thought it was North Fairhaven, Mass.
Anyway, a photo of the exterior is at www.preservationdirectory.com/photodatabase_theaters.html
The building is also on this website: www.preservationdirectory.com/photodatabase_theaters.html
Here is a nice exterior view of the Island at: www.preservationdirectory.com/photodatabase_theaters.html
A picture is at www.preservationdirectory.com/photodatabase_theaters.html
A photo is at www.preservationdirectory.com/photodatabase_theaters.html
The letters are BLUE and the “T” and “r” are both missing.
This was in the 12/2004 issue of Signs of Our Times magazine.
The night view of this theater is awsome!
I regret the first comment on here that I made. This is right across from an ice cream parlor, which we happened to go to after my sister won her volleyball game at night. I forgot to bring my camera, but the night view….If I can get a picture of it, I’ll try to put it on here!! Have a good day!:)
Todd Swormstedt of the American Sign Museum, wanted to buy it for his museum-but – too late. The Sign Museum is in Cincinnati, OH.
Geez! I mean, they could’ve saved the huge wall in front, but …….
Is Googie an actual type of architecture?
Geez! Every surviving movie theater has at least 10 screens. Not real movie theaters, though. Showcase Cinemas
Wait- there are 3 Peters? Peter Pagano, Peter Appruzzese, and me- Peter Huffman?
I live in Cincinnati and know EXACTLY where those theaters once stood. HOWEVER, the American Bandstand grill has long since closed. Never even got the chance to so much as walk into the building.