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On Jan. 25th at 2PM the 1916 silent film 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea will be screened as part of the Free Family Film Series. The Mighty Wurlitzer will accompany the film.
The above event deals with a very unique and innovative event which will take place at the Riviera.
The above article deals with this theatre which was in Andy Griffith’s hometown which was the inspiration for Mayberry.
Nice article on the North Park at the site above.
Celebrate Mickey Mouse’s birthday at Sheas. Information can be found at the site above.
The above site has an update on the theatre restoration.
There are 2 newspaper ads for the Sunset at the above website. Notice the price of admission.
Another website which deals with the Boulevard.
Starting in Nov. the Palace has a monthly screening of a Hitchcock film,beginning with Psycho.
The article above deals with the new store which has replaced the theatre.
The above website shows another view of the LaSalle Theatrre. At night the marquee would illuminate Buffalo Ave.
There is information on the North Park at the above website.
I’ve read that the “old” Cataract had over 2000 seats and had one of the largest seating capacities in Western New York.
The website above shows a picture of this theatre.
The above website deals with the Boulevard.
The above website deals with a fundraising challenge undertaken by the directors of the Palace.
The above website deals with Barack Obama’s speech at the Democratic Convention being shown on the big screen at the Riviera. It is interesting to see the many uses that have been found for this historic landmark.
The above site shows a picture of the Rivoli.
Mama Mia has been playing here. This is a departure from its usual foreign or art films which have an exclusive run at the North Park.
The above website deals with the 2008 Summer Classic Film Series.
Here is an update on this theatre.
There are pictures and background on the theatre at the website above.
Check out the 2008 Summer Classic Film Series at the Riviera on the above website.
This theatre opened as part of the Schines chain in 1930. In 1950 it became a Warner Brothers' theatre. It was part of the Dipson chain from 1955-1975. I was in Medina in 1985 and the theatre was closed,but I was told it had been last used as a restaurant.