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Hey Paul the only thing I knew about Chicago was the projects from Good Times..were those down near the loop.
I remember watching that Northridge earthquake on tv.Any chance that they are reinforcing the foudation?
I haven’t been in Jersey City in years, How are my guys at the Boulevard Drinks hot dog stand at 48 Journal Square doing?
Re: Dec 5, 2007 at 3:22pm
I actaully had a 98.7Kiss card, when I was 7.
It had that logo on it too.
You just took me back!
Hello everybody… I remember being in 3rd grade, which would of made that 1982 and passing by the Murray Hill and seeiing Psycho2 on the marquis.It is so funny that I didnt miss that theatre until I just read that it was demolished.Holiday Wishes to All.
Photobucket changed your profile link.
Heres the new link.
i couldnt find your 42 bonds pic is that still online.
so this is you..we finally meeet!
Ed Solero heres and updated link for this theatre:
heres an updated link from your Photobucket site for this theatre,
evidently the links must have changed…by the way nice animations.
On Billburgs post:
is ADelgado75…Angelo Delgado who used to own the Commodore with Arthur?
This is the guy from Energy Beverage who supplied your FruitPunch and Orange!
Hi Mike Revest:
a direct link to the Colossus Laval 18
ken mc a free belt with 2 levi’s thats a good deal.
any idea if they were bellbottoms?
kinda curious here, ofcourse CT isnt about fashionspeak!
Joe Vogel…awesome pic.
They must have an amazing air conditiner in there….Egypt is hot!
Do they have a rule agaianst fellows wearing Kilts!
Kilts are cool…its like a wearing a man dress- good airflow!
Lifestooshort: Thanks for posting that old-school picture.
the breeze must feel fantastic, as youre watching a film, while the stars are twinkling overhead!
Ken, could this have been part of the “Chitlin Circuit”?
Well its looks like Bway Chris beat by a year on adding this theatre ….I’ll go halves on the curse.
Some of the contractors who built the theatre used to eat their lunches at Yermans Pub on Cooper/Aubrey..they were in there,that they are memorialized with their own names engraved on brass plates on top of the bar.
So I wonder when Jimmy was going to put me and my friends name on the bar..we do play on the bar team and are steady customers?
Good job on the vid:
I’m going to friend you…that took me back in time bigtime…in fact that black kid who skates into the frame looks like my friend Nils (or Emmanuel Lewis from Webster)
But seriously its good to see stuff from back in the day: before the hipster invasion-back when it was just neighborhood folks(not transplants from nebraska) having a pizza party and breakdancing with the occasional skating!
I went here in 6th grade (1985).I had no idea it was ever a movie theatre…i did borrow $5 from my friend Nils and forgot about it until now (so how much is $5 after 22 years really worth?)
I am seriously considering taking a trip out there..as i have never been to a drive-in ever!
wait there are porno theatres in China…are they american releases with chinese type subtitles and dubbed in the chinese language.
It’s $6.50 to get in.
I spend $11. the other night to see The Return!
The King was featured in the 1995 film Sleepers, which was coincidentally filmed in my neighborhood of Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY.
The black gangster who was helping Brad Pitt and his friends convict the ex-detentional facility guards, who raped them as minors.
Its awesome that they saved The King…I can’t wait to jump on the bus and check out a flick or two….I miss the Commodore more and more each day=-I would totally be there every weekend for $6 a
double-feature.(RIP Commodore Theatre-2001)
Kudos to The King,
That is so amazing! I love hearing that kind of stuff-Silent film was a true artform. I was watching a tv documentary about Making a Silent Film.It pointed out how you could have had construction or other decible blaring noise going on in the backround… when you were filming and it wouldn’t intefere with the film!
Quiet on the set indeed!
Good Job everybody! We need to keep these theatres around!
They are our cinematic history!
We cannot let them disintergrate as old films have and continue.
The memories might fade but we can’t allow these legends to!