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Photo taken 6/18/76-7/20/76, the run of “That’s Entertainment Part 2” at the Esquire.
Circa 1968 photo added courtesy of Gilbert Smyle.
Link with the Cinerama showings at the Paramount with photos.
Nice embroidered bowling shirt at the bottom.
Circa 1968 marquee photo added credit Robert K. Headley Theater Collection.
Circa 1963 photo added of Jules Morstein Jr.
Closing for renovations until 2021.
The 1,000th Walgreen’s store, located at the intersection of Dearborn & Division in Chicago, opened at 9:00 a.m. on September 6, 1984.
The ribbon cutting ceremony was presided over by Illinois Governor James R. Thompson and the movie superstar Cary Grant.
Via the below link.
November 21,1979 photo added courtesy of Joe Lynn via Craig Locaciato. Steve Dahl & Gary Meier during a live broadcast of The Coho Breakfast Club at the Carnegie Theatre. Steve is breaking a copy of the “Saturday Night Fever” soundtrack over his head.
November 21, 1979.
1940s photo added via Judi Hartman.
1929 photo & copy added courtesy of Philip Duhe.
Article with more photos of the “Batman” premiere.
1954 photo & copy added, credit Austin History Center, Austin Public Library.
Additional history and photos of the Queen in the below Austin Public Library article.
Per “Senter Cove Guy” in a 2004 forum about Father John’s Pub in Wolfeboro:
“I too, miss the Hatch Theatre.
Paul Hatch had a quirk. He "collected” $50 bills.
I know this because I once paid for admission with a $50 and he told me about his collection."
Also a 2013 obituary of Wolfeboro resident Henry S. Maxfield, whose book “Legacy Of A Spy” was made into a Yul Brynner film and premiered at the Hatch Theatre.
Circa 1964 photo added via Kris Vierra.
1963 photo added via Gerard Legrand.
Rear exit of the Rivoli with “Cleopatra” billboard.
Address is 2227 Avenue F, Bay City, TX 77414.
Was home to Real Life Church in 2013, and Rhema Fellowship Church at one time.
But neither seem to have an active internet presence anymore.
1955 photo added via Frank Griffin.
It appears the current Sunset Theatre is using the entrance of the building next door.
Below is a link to their official Facebook page, which shows the entrance and smaller marquee as their banner photo.
Reddit link with a January 18, 1956 photo.
In the comments of that link there are three bonus pics.
New ownership as of today.
October 15, 1973 photo added credit Vancouver Archives CVA 800-0438.