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A 2005 photo of this theatre can be viewed at:
A 2005 photo of this theatre can be viewed at View link
Here’s a recent shot of the 7 Stages with the Variety Theatre in the background: View link
Belle Meade is incorperated into Metropolitan Nashville/Davidson County. Try View link
Here is a current photo of the Capri: View link
Here is a current photo of the Mi De Ga: View link
Here is a very recent photo of the theatre:http://www.flickr.com/photos/92318075@N00/17496497/in/photostream/. It is currently slated to become a grocery store.
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A 2004 photo of the Polk can be viewed at View link
Here’s a shot of the Cobb circa 12/04 or 12/03 View link
I think the Ben Hill (est.1970 ?) was part of the Eastern Federal from the get go (they’re attempt to cash in on the Greenbrier Mall/Westgate market controlled by the Georgia Theatre chain.) I recall seeing Willy Wonka there during its initial run. Aside from the fact that both the Ben Hill and Stonemont began and ended their careers as twins, I don’t think there were any other similarities between the two.
Since the North Springs is still somewhat intact (based on a cursory view of the property last year) do you think it could be fitted for Cinerama?
Thanks Sam! The ABC theatres were my favourite circuit during my tenure in Marthasville. Didn’t they also build a triple down around Morrow before Plitt bought them out?
Are your photos posted anywhere on the web? It would be great to see the place again. What ever became of the Stone Mount? I can’t recall if it was an ABC or Plitt operation, but do remember that it wasn’t too bad of a venue.
I can’t stir up too much emotion at the passing of the T & C. It wasn’t very distinctive and whatever redeeming qualities it had were lost when the main auditorium was twinned.
Next time youâ€™re at the downtown library, check the old Cole and Polk directories from 1915 to date. In the early editions (circa 1900-1940) youâ€™ll probably need to look under the heading of “Movie or Motion Picture Theatres. The later editions have all of the listings under Theatres.
Ms Marsh site is as inconspicuous as she was. Oakland is the Dunwoody for the dead.
Tara, thy days are numbered.
I don’t have a clue. It can’t recall there being another cinema that close to the Emory.
Why not revert the main auditorium back to a single screen and put in statium seating? Was the main auditorium originally configured for cinerama? I never had the fortune to visit the theatre during the very few years it was a single screen.
The last theatres I knew of which were equipped with 70mm were the Fox, Tara, 12 Oaks, Delk, Towne Center, the Plitt Phipps Plaza, Stone Mount Twin and Merchants Walk. This was back in the late 70s, early 80s. Iâ€™m pretty sure the Fox still has 70MM and possibly the Tara. Was the North Dekalb about the same layout as the Lakewood? What was the capacity seating for these the theatres both prior to and after conversion to twins?
Storey, not Story, got it! Didn’t they also run a couple of theatres in Tennessee and Alabama as well?
Bummer about the closing of the Delk. Was there when it was being built in the 1980s. One of the last theatres constructed in the area with curtains that actually worked and 70mm projection.
Have received word that the Fifth Avenue building still exist, but no word to date as to what, if any, of the theatres' interiors are still intact. Please update if you have any additional information.
My murky memory is beginning to solidify! I do remember Laura Antonelli although I donâ€™t recall any of her films right off hand. I am still unable to recall the interior of the Emory, but the description of the North Dekalb was right on the mark. What ever became of the Story chain? Didnâ€™t they also own a couple of television stations, like WAGA in Atlanta?
Thank you all! I do recall the Weis. It was located on the corner of Peachtree and 13th about Â½ block down from Colony Square. Rather cryptic account of Ms Mitchell. Itâ€™s been a very long time since I have heard this story and it strikes a cord. She was one swell gal.
The association between the Emory & North Dekalb was based on my finite memory of the theatres. In that both have been gone for over twenty years and with no available photographs of the theatres in which to reference, I posted a log on each in hopes that someone can help fill in the spots that time has erased. What I recall is that both had a stark white foyer and lobby and, for lack of a better description, an understated colonial theme. Prior to North Dekalbsâ€™ conversion to a twin, didnâ€™t it have the same type of stage as the Emory?