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Original print added courtesy of artist Don Spencer.
Late `70’s Satirical cover added featuring the Cove Cinema, courtesy of Gail Bakke Donaldson.
Two photos added courtesy of Deborah Frederick.
December 1947 photo added, photo credit Clinton L. Voss.
“Kiss Of Death” on the marquee.
1950’s photo added courtesy of Jeterga.
Newspaper print ad added from the Miami Daily News, July 2, 1950.
1949 photo added courtesy of the “I Grew Up in South Florida in the 60’s 70’s and 80’s” Facebook page.
1963 image added copyright Dexter Press Inc.
From their 1964 post card published by Cameo Greeting Cards Inc.
Good example of the original Carnegie marquee. Before the 1966 fire.
1969 photo added copyright and courtesy of SoxPhotos via eBay.
Just added a 1951 photo courtesy of James Meier.
Beach side of the Million Dollar Theatre.
Sadly some of the the older photo links are dead.
Photo added of Chicago “Electric” Odyssey. Aardvark/Termite sign behind the Second Hand Rose sign.
Photo added, credit Special Collections Department, Pullen Library, Georgia State University.
Likely one of the 1950’s photos previously posted in 2005, on the now dead links.
I just added the below comment to the photo of the original Rialto on Gay Street.
“The Great Mail Robbery” on the marquee was indeed released 07/19/27. The marquee then went with to the new location on Market Place by 1928, when “Two Outlaws” appeared there on it’s 11/18/28 release. Documented in the other photos.
“The Great Mail Robbery” on the marquee was indeed released 07/19/27. The marquee then went with to the Rialto’s new location on Market Place by 1928, when “Two Outlaws” appeared there on it’s 11/18/28 release. Documented in the other photos.
I just noticed it’s the same film on the marquee in both pics. Mine just has people and cars.
Ha, I’ll say. When I first added this theatre, I could find no other Rialto listed in Knoxville on Cinema Treasures.
Since my 1928 photo and the photo in the Knoxville historical link in the first comment are the same building, I’d say both are the Market Place location. The marquee was obviously moved, but the film “Two Outlaws” in my pic was released 11/18/28 according to IMDB. So the one on Gay street moved to Market Place a year after it opened.
I added a wider version of the 1948 photo that was previously posted as a BrooklynPix.com photo in 2007.
It shows a little bit more of the marquee on the left.
It was found on the AmeriCar The Beautiful Facebook page.
Not sure how it precedes the BrooklynPix.com watermark, since it is a larger image.
I can only assume it was the correct size before they claimed it.
A wider version photo clearly existed before their watermark was added to a narrower version.
1959 photo as the Roxy added courtesy of the AmeriCar The Beautiful Facebook page.
1928 photo added of the Rialto Theatre.
Wall Drug is a 510 Main Street.
Howard blade sign photo added.
Howard Terminal Yard, September 14, 1972, Photo credit Marty Bernard
An obscure 1934 artist depiction added featuring each of the downtown Knoxville movie theatres!
Image and copy courtesy of the Tennessee Archive of Moving Image and Sound Facebook page.
Circa 1950 photo added courtesy of the Tennessee Archive of Moving Image and Sound Facebook page.
Lyric Theatre marquee behind the bus.
1929 photo courtesy of the P.C. Dixon Collection and 1931 photo added courtesy of the Tennessee Archive of Moving Image and Sound Facebook page.
1962 photo added courtesy of the John Chuckman Collection.