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Tim, thanks for the info, which I will incorporate into that theater’s Intro. Theatre 5 isn’t likely Pennsauken, though. Eric II Pennsauken is 38785. Theatre 5 is 39130. If Theatre 5 was the Pennsauken, then like all the other photo series, the 1st 3 numbers for Theatre 5 would be 387. These auditoriums all seem to have looked so alike…..
I know Theatre 5 isn’t the Eric Mark One because I was there. It is not the Concordville or others I’ve added here because there’s “series” numbers on the back & it doesn’t jive with any of the photos we have. Please add your Pilgrim Gardens recollection to that theater’s page.
Thanks, http://cinematreasures.org/theaters/3432added Mystery Theater 4 to that Pennsauken page.
2009 photo as Dollar Tree store
I added 3 photos to the photo gallery. The Eric sign isn’t in same exact place as cinematour photos that are later, but maybe sign was moved? Hopefully the photos belong to this theater but if not, somebody ID which Eric theater they belong to, please.
I added Mystery Theatre 1 photos as Eric Concordville though it disturbs me that the Eric sign isn’t in exact same place as the later Cinematour photos. But, unless someone has a better match…..
Theatre 2 has been identified as the Eric Pilgrim Gardens which I then added as a page at this website.
I’ve been thinking Theatre 1 could be the Eric Concordville so appreciate the comment.
Thanks, Richard as to Eric Reading. Might you or anybody have a street address so we can properly add it to this website?
Would appreciate more thoughts including Theatre 4.
As to Theatre 5, and the exteriors, these & other Eric theaters appear to have been designed by the same architects & are hard to distinguish one from another!
auditorium photo available
Last night the audience hadn’t expected Brad Pitt would appear in person at a screening of World War Z but there he was http://philadelphia.cbslocal.com/2013/06/06/brad-pitt-makes-surprise-appearance-at-king-of-prussia-movie-theater/
I’ve added 2 photos to the gallery. Not absolutely sure they are this cinema, but probably are.
I’ve posted a photo in the photo gallery.
I’ve placed a photo in the photo galley.
I’ve today placed a rendering, in the photo gallery.
I’ve placed a photo likely from Opening, in the photo gallery.
I’ve added an exterior photo of a theater named King from a collection of Eric theater photos. Is this photo correct for this theater?
Owner proposing demolition of auditorium:
Dial M for Murder world premiere in 3D here
Last weekend, I enjoyed 4k restored Lawrence of Arabia, in 5.1 surround sound at Ambler’s main auditorium. The curtain isn’t used often but it was opened after the overture music. Showing again 7 PM this Wednesday! Check out the wonderful lineup of classics including Gone with the Wind in August.
Uptown is currently showing new Star Trek Into the Darkness movies, in 2D & 3D showings. Last I asked, late 2011, the curtain motor had broke & the company wasn’t repairing it.
April 28, 2013 photo courtesy of Seth Gaines.
Tinseltoes, a google search reveals your link is Scottish Rite Auditorium, not this theater.
The Old Greenbelt Theatre will be able to renovate its art deco lobby, after it was awarded a $75,000 grant from Partners in Preservation.
For nearly a month, the Greenbelt theater competed against other historic places in the DC metro area for the possibility of winning some grant money to help them rennovate.
Although they did not take first place, they were still awarded $75,000 after a committee reviewed their needs.
Yes, right, as Ken Roe & I wrote in our Intro for LA’s Egyptian, it was shown there, though we have for about 6 months. So far as I know, it was only in the 1950s & 1960s that some films played some showplace theaters for more than one year.