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Correction, 2/08/66 was the date of the fire.
Correction, 02/08/66 was the date of the fire.
Undated photo added credit Durham Museum photo archives.
North Bend Theatre is for sale.
1910 photo of the Barrymore Theatre added courtesy of the Retro Quad Cities Facebook page.
1964 marquee replacement photo and newspaper image with new & old marquee added.
Undated entrance photo added courtesy of the 13 & Woodward Facebook page
“The Girl Can’t Help It” on the Denver marquee was released December 1, 1956.
The `57’s would already be in new car showrooms.
1920-1925 photo added credit Denver Public Library.
Below history courtesy of the Valley Relics Museum 501c3 Facebook page.
The Reseda Theater was designed by S. Charles Lee and opened in 1948. It had been operated by both Pacific Theatres and Metropolitan Theatres. In its final years as a Spanish language house it was advertised as the Cine Reseda. It closed in 1988 and has been sitting vacant. In June 2016 plans were announced for a new Reseda Laemmle Multiplex Theater with 6 screens and 34 senior citizen units on top of and behind the theater building. The RESEDA marquee will be part of the design.
2017 photo added, credit Chuck Ellis-The Flying Valiant.
Also below is the Silver Moon Drive-In’s Facebook page with link to their website.
1980 photo added via Larry Greenstein.
marquee on far right.
The Revere Drive-In has a Facebook page, link below.
2 photos and below caption added credit Larry Greenstein.
Here are 2 better photos of me and my parents at the Flea Market at the Revere Drive In Theater in 1972 and 1974.
Applies to next photo.
Though I believe the photo is from before 1946, because it is still a vaudeville house.
Two images added.
A 1985 history that accompanied a post-1924, pre-1932 photo after it was returned to the St. Charles Theatre name, both credit The Times-Picayune.
Some specific dates can be updated in the Overview from it.
The image says the photo is from 1946, but I believe it’s earlier because it is still a vaudeville house.
Bumper stickers image added courtesy of Ed Young.
1958 photo added credit McLean County Museum Of History.
2 photos added via Vince Hernández-Ramos.
1963 and November 1972 demolition.
1940s photo added via Philip Duhe.
1966 postcard link, with the Strand blade sign in red in the background on the left.
Direct link below.
The Rialto was still in operation when it burned.
“Midnight Express” released October 6th, 1978 was on the marquee, at the time of the December 27th, 1978 fire.