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1920’s photo added courtesy of Jim Hudson.
Mid `80’s photo added courtesy of Jim Hudson.
There is a circa 1922 photo of the New Theatre around page 23 in the below link. Copy & Paste to view.
Just added a 1934 photo courtesy of Gregory Russell.
Early marquee and blade sign.
I added a 1939 photo and 1929 announcement to the Photos Section. Here also is an expandable Flickr link with a 1962 Tribune history of the Teatro Del Lago.
Copy & Paste.
Correction: 1939 photo courtesy of the Chuckman Collection.
Early `60’s photo added courtesy of William.
Yes I agree.
Someone pointed out that “Levine’s” also appears horizontally on the neighboring building. Levine’s was apparently a chain store in Dallas. But I can find no similar Plaza Theatre buildings there or in Texas for that matter.
I added a photo that is possibly the Plaza Theatre. The Levine’s name accompanies it above what appears to be a marquee overhang.
Photo from the early `60’s, courtesy of the AmeriCar The Beautiful Facebook page.
Circa 1950 photo added courtesy of Al Ponte’s Time Machine – New York Facebook page.
July 5th 1981, Photo credit Steve Zabel.
October 20th 1973, Photo credit Doug Grotjahn.Collection of Joe Testagrose
Just added a Circa 1973 photo courtesy of the Planet Hammond Facebook page.
1942 photo added courtesy of the Y-Block Guy Facebook page.
Webster Place is now ALL reserved seating. This policy began about two months ago according to the ticket agent. So people buy their tickets online in advance, and hold the good seats before they ever arrive. Walk-ins must choose from whatever is left. Had to take two on the far left side aisle for “Gone Girl”. The auditorium was empty until 5 minutes before start time.
Source now confirmed as the John Chuckman Collection.
This copy & paste link has a list of the Eastown concerts by year and month.
Added a 1924 photo courtesy of Darla Zailskas.
1959 photo added courtesy of the AmeriCar The Beautiful Facebook page.
Spring 1935 photo added courtesy of Darla Zailskas.
You are correct Mike (saps), 1969.
Also the hanging Capitol banner for “The Long Gray Line”.
1934 photo added, credit Duke University Collection.