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The only remnants of the theater today is the asphalt driveway entrance and many of the original trees are still standing. The property is now owned by the Western Washington Fairgrounds and is used for storage. The front entryway of the theater now has a barbed wire fence stretched across it. The entire theater marquee and readerboard have been completely removed.
I have plenty of pictures of this theater in my collection. All my pictures were taken after the theater closed and had been through a couple of major floods.
Damage to the video projector, telephones, and internet have all been repaired.
This is what happens when you forget to hang the speaker back on the post before driving away.
The other side of the sign says “Next Left” in place of the word Theater.
That picture appears to be from the Skyline Drive-in Theater in Shelton, Washington.
Yup, congratulations are in order. They won a video projector from Honda’s contest. :)
They should have just bought a DVD player and cheapo Best Buy video projector.
Telephone lines at the theater are also damaged from the lightning strike. Phone lines are down right now.
Evidently the electrical storm did damage the new video projector and all shows are cancelled until further notice.
Lightning struck the power pole feeding the theater today 9-6-2013 knocking out power to the theater and cancelling all shows.
What a beautiful theater!
I’d want to see films in their original Cinerama projection process on film not digital video projection.
Yes, it apparently was just a few days from reopening.
The theater was destroyed by an August 14, 2013 fire. :(
Too bad, not using speakers any more.
Looks like it was a nice theater.
Wow! Now that’s an auditorium! Look how huge the screen is. :)
Neat! An all Brenkert booth!
This is a run-of-the-mill 1980’s vintage theater if I recall correctly.
Are the speaker posts still there?
According to the theater’s Facebook page, the theater closed on February 3, 2013 and is now for sale.
Several broken and missing sections of neon on the theater’s sign.
Boy, all those restrictions sound like right here in Olympia, Washington. We must have gotten our city council from you guys.