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Uploaded a photo of all that remains of the Drive – In, the framework of the pylon, from the Jacksonville, NC Theaters – Tripod.com site.
Uploaded a photo from the Jacksonville, NC Theaters – Tripod.com site.
Uploaded photo from the Jacksonville, NC Theaters – Tripod.com site.
Uploaded photo from the Jacksonville, NC Theaters -Tripod.com site.
Uploaded photo of Scenic showing The Ten Commandments on the marquee.
Uploaded photo from the website.
Photo uploaded from website.
Uploaded three photos from the in the day to decay.
Cinemark site boasts extreme digital, wall to wall and floor to ceiling screens. This is Cinemark’s 21st theater in Southern California. I’ve uploaded a photo from their website.
Uploaded an undated photo of the Harrison in better days and a current one.
I uploaded what I believe to be an early picture of the Alpine which I found on a West Virginia website. Site said it was in Hampshire County. However no Alpines in any of the cities or towns in Hampshire.
I’ve uploaded an early image of what I think to be this Alpine Theater. I found it on a West Virginia site which identified it being in Hampshire County. There are no communities with an Alpine on CT in Hampshire County but the current building and the earlier image look very similar.
According to the Marquee Cinemas site Mc Call was so successful with this theater that he opened five others in West Virginia. Eventually the company operated in nine states.
Uploaded a 1910 photo of the Acme
Mitch I uploaded a picture of the Collingswood, with its marquee. Unfortunately I don’t have the tech skills to have eliminated the postcard image which also appears.
Oddly enough the postcard image referred to by Ed was still visible on eBay even though the item has been sold. Accordingly, I uploaded it.
It will come when it comes and you can see it or not.
Photos of pylon and abandoned theater uploaded.
Exterior photo added.
Uploaded a nighttime photo from the past.
Gerald, might I suggest you add images to the photo section. Links tend to be broken over time.
Interior photo uploaded.
Uploaded a 1948 photo of the Avenue B which appears on the Wurlitzer site and a sketch of the façade courtesy of mcny.org.