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Thanks for the link CSWalczac.
Just read on Historic Nashville that the Princess reopened as the Crescent Cinerama on Christmas Day 1959 with a new 45 foot screen.
I have this one-sheet.
Nice photo of this theatre was posted by Tinseltoes on the photo page today.I have that same photo but it from a newspaper and not as clear.
Loews State to the left.
Thanks for posting,Nice.
Thanks for posting,nice video.
Thanks for posting Tinseltoes.
Boxoffice artical claims 980 seats.
Loews State in the background.
The Ingelwood Theatre in Nashville,Tennesse had one of these.
I knew someone who had one if these wanted$500.00 for it.
Thanks for posting.
Nice link thanks for posting.
Thanks for this link also Tinseltoes.
Good News,Thanks for Posting.
Sad,Thanks for posting.
Thanks for the link Tinseltoes,The Belle Meade was the sister theatre of the Melrose,A.K.A. Loews Melrose when i worked there.They were built around the same time and very simular in design.The Melrose building is still standing also.
Nice 1927 ad posted on the photo page today.
Right before Marcus Loew passed away,the next month.
Thanks Ross,for this bit of history.
Very nice links thanks for posting.