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The Strand was located on High Street near Fayette Street.
The Rialto Theatre in Petersburg, Virginia is listed in the 1929 Film Daily Yearbook with 450 seats.
Crescent Theater circa 1918. Photo courtesy of the Austin History Center.
The Palace Theater is listed in the 1932 Film Daily Yearbook as closed with 560 seats.
The address is 204 Main Street according to the Dixie Theatre website.
The Gem was located on Island Avenue.
The Suburban Theater opened on June 18, 1928. The Suburban Theater is listed in the 1929 Film Daily Yearbook with no seating given. Listed in the 1930 edition with 1,000 seats. The architects were Conrad & Cummings. Ad has been uploaded.
Published on June 18, 1928.
An Embassy Theatre is listed for Gardena in the 1942 Film Daily Yearbook with 550 seats. Listed in the 1945 edition as closed with no seating given.
According to this Facebook page, the Springs Theatre closed in October of 2013.
The Orpheum Theatre is listed in the 1941 Film Daily Yearbook as closed with 850 seats.
The Star Theatre is last listed in the 1929 Film Daily Yearbook. No theatres are listed for Cripple Creek from 1930-34. The Vida Theatre starts to be listed in the 1935 Film Daily Yearbook with 250 seats. If the Star and Vida are the same theatre, the Star must have had the seating reduced before opening again as the Vida Theatre.
Currently, the Century Casino occupies the building with the “1991” on top plus the adjacent building on the left side and all of the buildings on the right to 2nd street. It looks like they expanded the casino into the adjacent buildings. Its possible that the theatre was demolished when the casino was built.
Malek Theater circa 1948.
Published on November 4, 1907.
A 1911 Canon City business directory lists the Majestic Theatre at 425 Main Street. The manager at that time was R. S. Fairchild.
695 North Avenue NE is the correct address. The map photo above needs to be adjusted slightly to view the building which looks like this.
The Masquerade has a website here.
The Aurelia Theater is listed in the 1954 Film Daily Yearbook with 250 seats.
The Mainstreet Theatre opened on October 30, 1921.
Here is the Palace Amusement Company website.
Published on December 20, 1935.
The Del Rey Theatre is listed in the 1955 Film Daily Yearbook with 552 seats. In the 1956 edition, the only theatre listed for Hughson is a Hughson Theatre with 552 seats. Was the Del Rey Theatre renamed around that time or did the FDY get the name wrong in 1956?
The Liberty Theatre in Freedom, Oklahoma is listed in the 1929 Film Daily Yearbook with 100 seats. “100” is not a typo on my part.
A small photo of the Zana Theatre can be seen at this link.
This is the website for the Lee Theater.