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where are these from?
The movie on the marquee (party crashers) was released in 1958.
amc is buying the grove city 14 not polaris.
Everything eles looks nice. You think they could give the screen a coat of paint.
Closing because they can’t afford the switch to digital. They will have special screenings of classic films. Too bad after gutting it a few years ago and making a great place to see movies.
Ron I drove passed the Cleve yesterday and nothing has changed.
Public access 21 filmmaker Walt Peterson shot a sci-fi movie here because of its futuristic spaceship looking chrome wall.
the Strand Theatre installed hearing-impaired/visually-impaired (HI/VI) technology.
Nov 10 2012 a show what held at the theater to help raise funds to restore it. Good to hear.
I pull up to the drexel today and see the 35mm projectors in the back of a pick-up truck headed to the scrap yard. End of an era.
First digital 3D screening last night with “creature from the black lagoon”.
I saw a CL ad for 35mm projectors for sale. I emailed the guy and he said the theatre is out of business and they don’t know what the building will be remodeled for. He said it will not be a theatre or church.
The former gift shop is now Capa’s ticket office.
music, radio and theater all in one photo.
Asking price is $850,000!! http://www.krg1.com/property/view.dT?id=177
The state has a for sale sign up and the amish furniture store is moving up the street next year.
The outside of the theater is now white with a red marquee.
Movie on the marquee was released in 1946.
Today, the box office revenue is up, content has never been better, and aajor renovation is being planned including a new roof, digital sound and projection, and, yes, new bathrooms. Part of a letter from the Chairman of the Board
Looks like the clock tower from. Back to the Future.
Looks great. Thanks for posting.
screen facing the street? free movies!