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1999 photo added.
Entrance to the Omnimax Theater at Caesars Palace.
Photo credit Jane and Louise Wilson.
1955 photo added via Al Ponte’s Time Machine-New York Facebook page.
Cinematour puts the opening date as September 18, 1926.
March 14, 1930 photo added.
Premiere of “The Golden Calf” at the Fox Theatre.
More pics of the Sunshine and nine other endangered NY buildings.
Photo added as the Gayety in 1962 via Khnemu.
1967 photo added courtesy of John Wasserman.
Gala Opening marquee photo added courtesy of Tory Dzuricsko.
2018 photo added credit Martin Treu.
Appears to be a worker adding plywood to the front lobby area.
Follow up article.
Photo credit John Vachon.
Photo credit & courtesy of the Gallatin County Historical Society Pioneer Museum.
1910 photo as the Alacazar Theatre added courtesy of the Distinctly Montana Facebook page.
Posting this history of Balaban & Katz here as it is likely the most visited.
July 29, 1965 photo added credit Roland Anderson.
December 1930 photo & copy added credit Kankakee County Museum.
The Majestic website and Facebook page show the address as 150 N. Schuyler Avenue.
OK I’ve added some photos from today with the marquee removed. It exposed some original recessed lighting over the entryway, as well as vertical and square lighting previously hidden by the marquee. 10 vertical fixtures per side, and 14 fixtures per side in a square pattern, that had been encapsulated by the framing for the newer marquee.
1935 photo added credit Gordon Sign.
Circa 1967 photo added courtesy of Wade Winsor.
1970s photo added courtesy of the Chicago’s Extinct Businesses Facebook page.
This description had been added by James Piscitelli on their Facebook page.
Studio Cinema was a single-screen movie theatre that opened in 1962 and closed in 1979. It was operated by General Cinema corporation in the 70’s. Two years later in 1981 it would become the Chicago Ridge Theatre in which was opened by Essaness Theatres.
The marquee was removed sometime this week.
I’ll get photos tomorrow.
Shankweiler’s Drive-In is now for sale.Brief history highlights from the article at the bottom can be added to Overview.
1934: Wilson Shankweiler opens the outdoor theater in North Whitehall Township.
1948: Installs speaker poles and car speakers
1965: Shankweiler sells the drive-in to Robert Malkames.
1982: Adds AM radio (and later FM radio) micro-vicinity broadcasting to deliver the soundtrack.
1984: Malkames sells to Paul and Susan Geissinger.
2013: Converts projection and sounds systems to digital format.
2018: Property for sale with asking price of $1.2 million
Summer 1986 photo added credit and courtesy of Jeff Stork.
Photo added.Snow shovels at the ready, four City of Chicago workers trudge north on Dearborn Street to clear another corner, Jan. 14, 1979. Photo credit Ernie Cox -Vintage Tribune.
Facebook post that has 1960 John Vinci photos of Richard Nickel salvaging terra cotta from the Garrick Theatre building roof area.