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The Monroe is seen at 2:25-3:17 in this Vivian Maier film.
The Loop is seen in this Vivian Maier film at 5:41, 6:20 & 7:27.
05/21/14 article about the Portage reopening in June.
I have since posted a much better scan of my above photo in the Photos Section.
Here is another 1966 photo of the “Hello Dolly” run at the Shubert. But with Carol Channing instead of Eve Arden on the marquee, as pictured in LTS’s color photo link.
Photo courtesy of the Chuckman Collection.
Correction, photo is from 09/02/77-09/15/77.
Just added a 1958 photo courtesy of the real cars from the 40’s 50’s and 60’s Facebook page.
It appears to have the name Lavon above the marquee.
I just added a Vintage Cozy Theatre ticket courtesy of Susan Quenzer Thomson.
Attn. CT Admin., spelling should be changed from “Cosy” to “Cozy”.
Here is a “What Was There” link with a fade of the American Theatre.
I worked at Fanning Cadillac-Buick-Sterling at 5201 N. Broadway, directly across the street from this when it was Piser-Weinstein’s chapel. During the 1980’s. I ofetn saw services let out, but never though to photos of the auditorium. I’m going to see if the demolition crew will let me get a few.
Our building had been built as a Cadillac Motor Car Division factory store in 1926. Which became Bill Elsey Cadillac on 05/27/71, when GM sold all the factory stores.
It then became Fanning Cadillac in 1974. We took on Buick in 1981 when Warren Buick (formerly Broadway Buick) closed at Hollywood & Broadway. Then got a Sterling franchise in 1987. It then sold to Sun Auto Group in 1990, and closed in 1992.
This stretch of Broadway was known as the North side’s Motor Row.
DarkRefrain’s Flickr photo of the Foster later Broadway Theatre.
Delete duplicate post.
This article outlines the expansion plans for the Music Box.
Added 1933 Photo courtesy of the Northwest Side Of Chicago Facebook page.
Wrong Gayety, please remove photo.
This link has multiple photos of what was left of the Sky Vu Drive-In in 2006.
Photo credit Carol Jacobs Norwood.
To clarify, the Empire/Northwood Theatre building was torn down to build the Circle Theatre in 1928/`29.
Just added an artist’s rendering.
I just added a photo of the Empire Theatre. The Philadelphia Buildings website states the Empire Theatre was located at 4650-4652 Frankford Avenue. And was known as the Northwood Theatre from 1926-1928. It also lists the Circle Theatre as being at this site. Photo Credit: Bruce Conner Historic Picture Postcard Collection
Circa 1959 photo.
CT Admin., Please Change License To “All Rights Reserved”.