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Thanks for posting these photos.I was offered the chance to open this theatre.But turned them down to stay in Nashville.Never knew what it looked like till now.Maybe I should have moved there!I would have been the first Manager there.
Was offered to chance to open this theatre as its first Manager,but turned them down to stay in Nashville.
Right before it was torn down.
This theatre was torn down in 1979.I remember it looking like this.
This was built as a Loews Theatre.
Thanks to whoever put the photo on this correct page.
What a cool little film.
Saw that, also posted to my Facebook page.
AKA Loews Melrose 1967-1981.
The Loews Vendome and the Paramount can be seen in the background.
The Paramonts vertical can be seen in the background.
The Tennessee Theatre can be seen in the background.
O.K.Danny I am on Facebook as Terry Smith I have many photos on my Flickr account as loewsguy and have about 400 photos on my C.T. page as TLSLOEWS just click on TLSLOEWS on the comment above yours and you can veiw the photos.
Same priceing we had at the Loews Crescent Nashville.$2.50 till 5:00 Monday-Friday $3.00 after.$3.00 all day Sat. & Sun.Thanks for posting.
What a great photo!
What a great photo.
Would be nice if someone could post this on the videos.
My first real job as a doorman in 1973.$1.50 an hour,when it was the Loews Melrose.Ended up being the Manager in 1979.
This theatre was built by Crescent Amusement Company,which built many Nashville Theatres and others.
The Bowling Alley at the right side of the complex has been torn down.The rest of the building still stands.
The theatre still looks like this today,except it has been painted.
This photo was taken when Scene Three owned the complex.
This theatre was A.K.A. Loews Richmond.
Thanks for posting William.
Mike used to have Loews student discount cards,they got 50 cents off the adult price.