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whorton that is what I was saying, it was initially operated by Griffith Theatres that later became Video Theatres.
Ed, Martin had non-Cinerama theatres all over the South
Header should be changed to open according to their website.
address according t their website: 5268 US 322 West, Brookville, PA. 15825.
fs805 I have posted the photo of the exterior and interior Dowling Theatre in the photo section.
Jessica6, they have a Facebood Page that you might be able to contact them through. Facebook
According to their website all the theatres have been converted to digital projection and sound. That’s a big investment for a theatre that is possibly going to close.
Anyone know the status of the renovaations?
goodson, I am not being critical of your postings nor am I tying to ague with you or anyone on Cinema treasures. Your postings are much appreciated. It is especially good to have someone from the area that the theatre was located. My comments on the address came from the posted ads and the aerial view. If you know of a theaatre that is not on Cinema Treasures it would be great if you added it. That makes the site more complete. List all that you know and then others can add to what you list. Cinema Treasures is a great site and I have been a member since a short time after its inception. It really is a fun site to be a member of.
They didn’t, steven was saying that he saw many Elvis movies, Christoper Lee movies and Vincent Price movies at this theatre. Not the three of them in the same movie.
What theatre didn’t pack them in for “The Exorcist”.
Even the ad in the photos section lists Forest Ave. & Van Courtland. But why argue over it? The one aerial view is from Forest Ave.
Interior photos link At 4M you might as well start from the ground up.
According to their web site this theatre has 7 auditoriums and is listed as the Page 7 Theatres.
The Arlington is still not listed on their web site.
I wonder if movies will be part of the plans for the new theatre. It doesn’t mention that in the article. Will they have digital projection and sound?
The address that NY ozoner gave on Jan. 23, 2011 is an accurate address.
Drive-In that is the same link that I posted on April 26, 2011.
I called the Village Chapel, 256.547.5557 in regards to the former drive-in address. They said that the entrance was indeed at 3101 Forest Ave., The Funeral Home is located aproximately where the middle of the drive-in was and they built a new entrance on Vandell Blvd. when the Funeral Home was built to avoid traffice on Forest Ave. So the address was correct to begin with at 3101 Forest Ave.
American Classics is still in operation and photos still come up. They just did a road excursion last summer and have added new photos to their location.
In cross checking the photos on tbe photo page with each persons flickr account they seem to be legitimate. The owners of the flickr photos are the same people that posted them on Cinema Treasures.
Opened in 1935 – Closed in 1977. Was owned by Statesville Theatre Corp.
Does anyone know the status of this theatre? It seems to be all boarded up and not in use so why would they install a Hope Jones/Wuriltzer Theatre Organ if there were not plans for the building? Did they have plans and it fell through and what became of the organ?