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The Loews Vendome and Paramount Theatres were on Church Street also,cannot see them in this photo.
That’s great Mike I have seen it.
Nice video,Thanks for posting.
Rode by there today all the storefronts have been gutted out and work has began on building the apartments.Taked to a guy who was working there said all the seats have taken out at some time but the auditorium will be left as is because it is in his words historical.The lobby area is to be a food place and the apartments will be built behind the buiding.The pool hall in the basement will remain there as long as they want the management said.The street marquee has new signs says The Melrose.Took some photos and will post soon.
Thanks for posting Nick.
Nice photo but this Loews State was in Cleveland and the Loews Ohio next door.
Thanks for posting the Nashville Theatres photo Danny.
Thanks for posting,thats good news.
I saw that on the vertical too.
First i have heard of this theatre.
Great Postcard 1940,s?????
Loews Ohio and Loews State in the background.
Loews in the foreground of the photo.
WOW $1.50 a ticket.
Saw this news on facebook this morning.
Thought i spelled his name wrong Imaxguy.
Imax i worked the World Premier of the W.W. movie at the Loews Crescent remember anything about that theatre?
Imax I have most likely posted this before Johnny used to bring his kids there when he was in town in the late 70,s.
Thanks for the link CSWalczac.
Just read on Historic Nashville that the Princess reopened as the Crescent Cinerama on Christmas Day 1959 with a new 45 foot screen.
I have this one-sheet.