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Thank you Howard, I am sorry you viewed the post as negative, although in retropspect I suppose it is, but I certanly apprrcate the photos and simply thought a full dressed stage as the first picture to pop up on his page would have been prefered. Please forgive the negative implication
I just have to say the picture above showing the screen exposed with ads running and the curtains open is a horrable sight and one that depicts a situation about which many of us have been complaining about for years. I consider it an eyesore and would love to see it replaced with one of the stage area properly dressed.
Oh ok Bill that explains everything :)
By the way the actor, Gianni (Johnny) Russo,who played Carlo, is the real life son of my sisters Godmother; he knows Sonny (Jimmy Caan) quite well.
Tineseltoes, I am glad it was you and not me thanks for that clarifacation my friend.
Also my name is Vito why is the name sonny coming up as well.I changed notheing after the new site pages came up. I am an old man is my mind playing tricks or are you all experencing this as well :)
I received 6 e-mail notifications over the course of 30 mins for RCMH however when I clicked on the site page the only update was Tinseltoes Christmas show post from yesterday. Anyone else experience this and where are the new posts I recieved notification about?
Also any news on Cirque du Soleil
So good of you to keep us infromd on how things are going. It must be frustrating to have to deal with the issues getting things up and running and I thank you for your perserverence. My best to you guys
Thanks Patrick I looking forward to it.
CT is a very fun and interesting part of my day.
Plus pictures yet….be still my heart:)
Yup it was the only movie theatre I can recall on LI that had no curtain controls in the booth. Eventually I believe the lights were controled from the booth however the curtain was never motorised to my knowledge.
When I worked the Floral in the mid 60s managers and front ot the house staff were used to work the curtain and operate the lights from backstage. There were no lighting or curtain conrtols in the booth. A buzzer system was used to signal turning up the house lights snd pull the curtain. A signal was rec’d in the booth earlier to alert us that someone was in fact backstage awaiting our signal.
Thanks ED I shuda guessed that :)
Sure are ugly
What are those five hidious black things hanging form the ceiling in two of those wonderful pictures?
I am sure the b&w comment on “The Thing” remake was probably a typo
There is a colorised version of the original “Thing” which I absolutly refuse to watch. One of my all time favorite movies, As a 16 year old kid I recall being scared to death seeing that in the summer of ‘51. Carpenter showed his love for the original in that Halloween clip but then went on to remake the movie which I thought was disapointing. I did not care for the original “Who Goes There” story which the remake is based on.
Music Hall management had better Batten down the hatches for that crazy man Charlie Sheen. His shows in Detroit bomed People were shouting “refund!!!” at him and booing him. Post-show interviews with the audience indicate many regrets.
So Charlie Sheen sold out his Music Hall show and another had to be added. Wouild someone tell me what on earth this crazy man is going to do on the great stage?
Also any info on which Cirque du Soleil shows are planned
Yup Kong we lived that and wear it like a badge of honor.
Sadly we will never see the like of that again
The ad for the Easter show Tinseltoes wrote about
Makes you want to jump in the car and head on over to the
Showplace of the Nation doesn’t it
Sorry to hear about the miscue, to quote Swanson “All those beautiful people out there in the dark"
How big was the crowd
How was it presented, how did they dress the stage, curtain used?
Must have been nice to hear and see that projector humming along again
I hope someone will report on the Kevin Smith screening I believe is on for tonight.
Tinseltoes, you forgot Herman the pidgon :)
RCDTJ,First of all I so much appreciate your input on matters such as that, thanks also for clearing that up, I am satisfied that the decision was yours and not the studio. I still wonder why not use a MUTT, is it not more reliable and safer to use than a platter? I am curious about your thoughts.
Just so that and the others here can understand, the reason not to run reel to reel is so as not to disturb the 3-D set up. Would you kindly explain how many of the three 70/35 machines are used
for 3-D; is one set up to back up one of the others required for 3-S? Also what of the standard 35mm projectors can they no longer be used for reel to reel?
REndres I knew you would jump in and add to the screen size issue, many thanks as always
Bill,wish you could have been there as well, puting on a show rather than just threading film and making changeovers was my passion.
Bill: intersting question,perhaps one of our experts can answer that I imagine they were refering to CinemaScops and not Cinerama.
Are you still keeping your fingers and toes crossed for a 50th annniversary film screening of WSS?
I wish you could have been with me at the Syosset all those wonderful weeks where we played the movoe big and loud. There were just times in that picture I just could not keep my hands off the volume control (fader) You would have loved that.
Although I wonder if Bobby Wise ot his mixing staff would have ;)
bangs head on wall
PLATTERR???? Good grief Have they not yet learned that so much more can go wrong running on one of those contraptions than could possibly happen running reel to reel. Even they want back up they couild still run it reel with a MUTT back up.
One of the best things about digital is it means the end of those platter systems
Sorry, just grouchy ole Vito off on one of his tears again
RCDTJ we can all cross our fingers and toes for film.
Heck lets go nuts and show it on 2k reels
Serously Mr Smith we can still run reel to reel.
Here is the ad to the “Knights of the Round Table”
Tinseltoes posted about
The original ad from that first Roxy christmas show in 1927