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This theater’s name sounds “streamlined” or Googie-esqe, but the theater is not streamlined at all!
The Tivoli theater has been demolished in October I think.
Happy birthday to you…..Happy birthday to you…Happy birthday, dear Genessee, Happy birthday to you!-PeterH. aka Wheelie Man
Yes, Patsy, I think you “miss” have had too much eggnog.
This one was apparently fabulous. Does Famous Players own any other classic theatres?
Are there any RKO theatres left anywhere in Ohio?
Still no classic theaters.
OK. Thanks. :)
Magiclantern, it IS an interior view. The caption was just a typo.
It still looks awsome, though. Even for a medical office. I mean, have you seen one that cool before?
OK Thanks Kenroe.
As I’ve thought many times, what’s gone is gone, and there’s nothing we can do about it.
How is the auditorium now used? Is the original marquee still there?
Dear friends at Cinema Treasures.com,
What is a ‘fake wall’?
Two words, and only two words-AWESOME FACADE!
If this is in Times Square, my book says that it showed Zamba and Black Shadows-both thrillers. Am I correct about its location? I’m only 10 years old, so I’m……well…just not as smart as you older folks. I admit it. Please reply, somebody!
The Seven Ups performed here. This is NEONIZED Art Deco. Way to give a signage spasm to a theater structure.
Percy Williams and William McElfatrick built the Bushwick.
A picture of this one is in the GREAT book The New Let There Be Neon,p.107.
Only one thing left to say or do (hint hint)– Donate it to the American Sign Museum in Cincinnati, Ohio!
This one might last forever!
All they have now in Cincy is Showcase Cinemas theaters!!!!!!
Does that stink or WHAT?!
Gee whiz, I haven’t heard of this one either! If only it would’ve survived, I would have given anything to see a movie here! (I’ve never even been to a drive in.)
never heard of it!
I live in Cincinnati and have never heard of the theatre!
a photo of this theater is in Rudi Stern’s book “The New Let There Be Neon”, on p.72, on the left of the department store.