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It may also be a regulatory issue; Cinemark/Century is already the major player in the greater Las Vegas area with five megaplexes and over eighty screens.
An old postcard view of the theatre can be seen here.
Since it had gone independent by the time of its closing, another factor in deciding to closemight have been the cost of conversion to digital. Converting eight screens, depending on whether Regal had converted any of them, would have be a heavy financial burden on an independent.
Status should be changed to closed. This theater has been converted to a furniture store; the current Google Street View shows the faded painted arch that was above the marquee, but it looks like this will soon be covered over.
As is the case with so many small, independent theaters, this theater’s survival is threatened by the need to convert to digital and has launched a fund-raising drive: View article
Cinemark has announced that the theater will reopen on Jan. 17, 2013: View article
The Edison Park will be reopening on Dec. 22, 2012 after $1.5 million dollars in renovations, including digital projection. View article with video.
Some pictures of the Century from 1947:
Some pictures from 1947:
An exterior view from 2006 can be seen here.
This webpage has some additional pictures of the Alhambra.
Here is a postcard view from 1938.
A picture, from a Bedford Directory of 1915, can be seen here and one from 1921 can be seen here.
Four pictures of the Galaxy Narrows can be seeen here.
Here are day and night views of the Galaxy Gig Harbor.
Here are some pictures of the Regent Theatre in Sudbury taken in 1947:
Auditorium, from the balcony
Auditorium, from the stage
Here is an exterior view taken in 1963, based on the film being shown.
A picture of the Palladium can be seen here.
Here are some pictures of the Grand Theatre in Sudbury taken in 1947:
Auditorium, from stage
Auditorium, from balcony
I found a picture of it; I will add the theatre.
This website has pictures of the theatre as the Palladium and the David Garrick.
That is what the Rivest List indicates.Looking at the Google street view of the area, there does not seem to be any building that really looks like a theatre, except for an Odd Fellows Hall, but that is on Robinson. The Simcoe Little Theater apparently moved out as their website has a different address for their current facility.
The theater will be opening earlier than originally planned under a limited-usage basis with a “Lord of the Rings” marathon on Dec. 8, 2012: View article
A picture of this theater can be seen here.
A postcard view of Waterloo, NY c. 1941 that shows the State Theater next to a pharmacy can be seen here.
According the information at the IMDb for “Rated X”, filming took place in Hamilton, at the Tivoli, in Toronto, and in Uxbridge, Ontario. Portions of the also made-for-TV film, “Laughter on the 23rd Floor” based on the play by (and really about) Neil Simon, made the year after “Rated X,” were also filmed at the Tivoli.
A grassroots effort has been launched to help save the theater: View article