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I have double checked, Vito and find that I was wrong, what is the real addres #?
according to warren’s View link the theatre was at 377a South Oyster Bay Road
Harry Brandt booked the Trans-Lux Theatres.
Picture at http://flickr.com/photos/masurkar/1515811144/
It is quite nice looking.
the best I read about the old Pussycat circuit.
The grand opening ad is at View link It opened on October 13th, 2006
6.5 million USD and it is yours View link
Article: at View link
As the theater headed into bankruptcy, Baldridge faced new problems.
On Sept. 12, a Labor Department investigator showed up at Baldridge’s Dallas office in hopes — unsuccessful that day and since, according to court documents — of retrieving a number of documents related to a 401(k) plan tied to one of his companies.
About a week before Christmas, the theater owner was arrested again. Police noticed that Baldridge driving his silver four-door Lexus on the wrong side of the road.
He was stopped in the theater parking lot just after midnight and charged with driving while intoxicated. He spent the next 12 hours in jail.
Woodward showed up for work at the Metro Cinema on Jan. 18, one day after the Texas comptroller’s office seized a few computers and point-of-sale machines for nonpayment of state taxes. Without the machines, it was impossible to sell movie tickets, Woodward said.
So, he and a couple of other managers tried to call Baldridge to find out what to do next. They couldn’t reach him.
Without direction, Woodward and another manager printed signs at a nearby Kinko’s and taped them to the door, telling customers that the theater was closed indefinitely.
Even when times looked tough for the theater, Baldridge had remained positive, Woodward said. He was fond of telling employees, “I’m not going anywhere.”
But Woodward still wondered.
“I had that gut feeling, ‘This probably isn’t going to be around much longer,’” he said. “But it definitely happened a lot sooner than I thought.”
This theatre was at 2166 forest avenue.
I have uploaded the theatres sections at the 1950 yearbook at www.movie-theatre.org/1year/1950.zip
It weighs in at 55Megs.
It will take 10 minutes to download itat a 1MBPS broadband connection
the 1941 edition is at View link buy hurry, bidding ends tonite.
Lost Memory, here is the postive image at http://flickr.com/photos/30943004@N00/2321802482/
Hollywood90038, where are your pictures?
The Grand opening ad for the Chelsea West has the same design and slogon as Carrefour Dorion 8 near Montreal. The ad can be found on page 3 of this document at http://movie-theatre.org/canada/qc/valleyfield.pdf
Employee tribute video at http://ca.youtube.com/watch?v=ow49P5BfXik
This cinema closed in 2007.
This address, 1660 US Route 22 makes google map it properly
The “Red Carpet”, Flagship and “Blue Ribbon” were not chains but sets of movies from an studio that a theatre rented.
7 stadium seating cinemas in 2007.
No showtimes anywhere online as of October 2007. Is this cinema closed?
This cinema was opened by AMC in the late 1970’s.
This theatre was sold to Dickinson theatres in 2006 to pay for the expansion of the Fremont cinemas.
I also noticed that all the English language movies moved to Place Charest from Ste Foy 14. In the early 1990’s all the English movies were at Place Quebec and CinÃ©ma de paris.
This theatre opened on Friday, January 16, 1970
You can find the ad in the Jefferson City Daily Capitol News on page 2
The opening slogan was 4-in-one fun.
This theatre opened on October 2nd, 1968
an small ad is here http://movie-theatre.org/usa/ca/la/pasadena.pdf
what about Cinema Cartier or Le clap in Ste Foy.
Its a shame that a third of the screens disappered this year in the QC area.
Are you working at Place Charest 8?
This was one of the typical Cineplex Odeon “Jewelbox” theatre built in the late 1980’s.
Typical Cineplex Odeon carpet, the same carpet is used in the MontrÃ©al area’s Langelier 6 (now Guzzo) and Cote des Neiges 7 (now Foutune)
I have uploaded parts of 1945 (showing theatres) at my website at www.movie-theatre.org/1year/1945.zip It weights in at 45 MB
other years on request