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Great photo and thew Loews State in the background.
Thanks for posting Danny,have heard of the Nashville Theatre but never saw a photo.
What a great photo.
Thanks for posting the photo and Ads rivest266.
Thanks for posting,what a nice shot.
What a great shot!!
Thanks for posting.
The Princess-Crescent later known as Loews Crescent was one block east of the Tennessee.
The Tennessee and Loews Crescent were down the street from this theatre.The Paramount was closed and torn down in 1979.
The Vertical is original in this photo,the marquee was replaced in the early fifties I believe.
I like it.
Yes I saw that.
If you look closely at the vertical sign in this photo you can see the Neon Loews sign over Crescent.It glowed Red and clicked on and off when turned on.
Used to work at this theatre.
This is what our comming attractions and Feature Presentation strips look like,hope Mike Rogers gets to see it.
Been there,done that.
Loews offered me to move to Dallas and open this theatre,but I turned them down to stay in Nashville.
Marcus Loews brother Henry was the first manager of this theatre.
This building still stands.
Sad but funny photo.
Good to see back on here Dave.
Looking East on Church Street. The street sign that says Summer Street is now 5th.Ave North.I worked at this theatre many years ago.
This is a shot of the Balcony.
What a classic Marquee and building.
15 cents what a deal!