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Blurry Michael Todd Theatre in the background.
Blurry Cinestage in the background.October 1966.
Upcoming “JFK In Tampa” showing and event at the Tampa Theatre.
Mid `50’s marquee photo as Family Theatre added courtesy of Crystal Ball, via the Rockford Reminisce Facebook page.
The Crest closed in 1964.
Full size version of the 1959 photo added courtesy of Mark MacDougal.
New Year’s Eve 1978 photo added, credit Arthur Walker, Chicago Tribune archive.
“King Of The Gypsies” would have been showing that evening.
1941 photo & research added courtesy of Thomas Short.
“Western Union” starring Robert Young and Randolph Scott released February 21, 1941.
1937 Chevrolet coupe in the center of Main Street.
Palm Beach Post article about the Lake and other Palm Beach area theatres.
Correction, 1957.`57 Plymouth in lane 4.
Circa 1952 photo added courtesy of Bill Kelder.
February 14, 1963 photo via http://www.library.pitt.edu/digital-research-library
Full size 11/17/32 photo added credit Pittsburgh City Photographer Collection.
1956 photo added courtesy of Marc Sagrillo.
Appears to show a remodeled front behind the blade sign.
1950’s photo added courtesy of Victor Valdez.
Majestic at the end of the block.
1940’s photo added courtesy of the Traces Of Texas Facebook page.
August 16, 1938 photo added with caption.
Two 1954 ABC Saturday Nite Ozark Jubilee hosted by Red Foley photos added courtesy of Jerry Raymond.
likely the same photos that were in the 2010 link that is now dead.
1955 photo added courtesy of Mark MacDougal.
1940 & 1955 photos added courtesy of Al Ponte’s Time Machine – New York Facebook page.
1955 photo added courtesy of Ed Johnson.
1967 photo added courtesy of the AmeriCar The Beautiful Facebook page.
Here is the “Save The Lansdowne Theater” Facebook page. They are hosting a free concert on May 20th. Great Photos Section on the page too.
Wurlitzer organ photo added credit Greg Hawkes.
The current Skyline newspaper has an article titled “Stalled Old Town condo project moving forward with a new developer”.
The online version requires a subscription.