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The United has been sold. Close to $1 million worth of renovations are expected to take place before it reopens as a combination cinema/live theatre.
Good luck with the State! I’ll be there next week to take photos.
Was it the Whitney Cinema at http://www.cinematour.com/tour.php?db=us&id=19026 which is now condos and retail?
Check on CinemaTour.com – any Boston theatres listed there showed movies (I edited the Boston listings there and verified any listed had actually showed films.)
The plan to show art films has been abandoned along with plans for two more screens. The State Cinema is – and will remain – a twin showing sub-run.
McElfatrick designed the interior while Vance designed the exterior.
Actually http://www.twoboots.com/pioneer/ gets you to the main page of the Pioneer Theater rather than the theater info page.
That article says the Cameo closed in the early-80’s which is obviously false. If you look at my photos at http://www.cinematour.com/tour.php?db=us&id=7164 you will see a movie poster still displayed there for a film that, according to IMDb, was released in late 1995.
See article at View link . Status should be changed to restoring.
Where in West Hartford? And what other theatres does it mention?
Lost: Where can you do that kind of real estate search?
Actually t the Jacques opened in 1885.
If you want it updated feel free to go right ahead and do the research required. I don’t have the time right now to put together another listing. Many of the theatres above still appear to be for sale. The Madison in Albany is only asking $399,000 now.
Back in 1909 ALL cinemas were one screen.
I drove by this building after I went to the Danbury Trashers game on Sunday. It really does not look like a theatre. if there was a theatre in here it must’ve been of the storerfront variety.
Isn’t the address for this actually 106 Federal Road?
Why are cities still knocking down these movie houses? Haven’t they learned the lessons from all those towns who knocked them down decades ago and wish they had them back? Or the cities who DIDN’T knock them down and are so glad that they didn’t?
Also, it opened in 1996, not 1999.
It is in the Wintonbury Mall (there’s a spelling mistake in the listing above.) Chain is entertainment Cinemas.
The chain should be listed as Entertainment Cinemas.
At 20 screens, this is the largest theatre in Connecticut.
Frequently in that era a theatre that you find was only around for a year or two was one of those old storefront movie theatres. Maybe that was it. I don’t know. I’ll check out the building when I’m in Danbury this coming Sunday.
Did you find any evidence that the Lyceum was a movie theatre? Perhaps it was just a live theatre. In the old city directories movie theatres often were designated as having moving pictures, but not always.
Was this previously a movie theatre under a different name?
This was known as the Norwalk Theatre in its early days.