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This was at Dixie and 15th St. Aerial photo supplied here.
The April 5th, 1949 grand opening ad has been posted here.
Trouble during the James Duffy management era:
This was part of the James Duffy fraud.
It on the Google Map at
Al, did the Herald accept ads for adult cinemas in the 1970?
Many newspapers refused then outright.
The November 28th, 1940 grand opening ad has been uploaded in the photo section as well as the picture on this page.
1948, 1978 and 1983 grand opening ads are now in the photo section.
The January 5th, 1937 grand opening ad has been uploaded in the photo section for this theatre.
I noticed that many theatres stopped placing ads in later years in the News. Its circulation must had been slipping by the time the South Dade opened.
The January 15th, 1936 grand opening ad had been posted here.
The January 25th, 1935 grand opening ad has been uploaded here.
December 22nd Grand opening ad has been placed in the photo section.
December 18th, 1968 grand opening ad had been posted in the photo section.
Wometco place no grand opening ad on June 29th, 1946 except for its regular listings.
This opened on December 20th, 1926. Ad posted in this theatre’s photo section.
This opened as a playhouse on January 31st, 1927. Ad being posted here.
This opened on July 19th, 1985. No grand opening appeared in the newspaper.
General Cinemas' Cutler Ridge Cinema was built in the mall. The mall was renamed Southland.
That is the only drive-in that goes under three names at the same time!.
This was owned by Wometco. Their Afro-American theatres did not appear in the Wometco listings.
Regal sold it to Miami Cinemas in 2009. Web: http://miamicinemas.net/default.html
This was renamed Paramount on December 10th, 1931. Ad uploaded in the photo section.
Grand opening ad uploaded here.
If you read the ad, this was the east entrance to the 22nd Av. Drive-In, listed elsewhere. That east entrance was also known as Lib-City Drive-in.
Aerial photo and the grand opening ad posted here.