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Photo set from Oct 30, 2007, right before closure, including interior photos!
Scaffolding being removed:
I forgot the link:
Thanks Ken for adding this cinema to this website today. Scroll down to page 16 for a vintage photo of the auditorium facing the stage. Curtain looks a bit Art Deco to me, so this might be a 1931 photo.
Thanks to Ken Roe for adding this theater to this website today. For a vintage photo of the auditorium facing stage, after redesigned described above with an Art Deco makeover, scroll down to page 14,
For a vintage photo of the auditorium facing the stage, scroll down to page 17. Perhaps the curtain depicts a rising sun in tune with the atmospheric design described above? Thanks to Ken Roe for adding this theater to this website today,
Don, I’m very glad you enjoyed the photo & posted your recollection. That’s why I linked the vintage photo.
Scroll down to page 17 for a vintate photo of the auditorium:
Scroll to page 16 for a vintage photo of an auditorium with a curtain with a nice geometric style pattern. The curtain and the auditorium look like they could be in the Art Deco style:
Emailed arrived from Senator today. Starting today (Tuesday) will be shown an original IB Technicolor, Road Show print, with a dynamic four-track “mag” stereo soundtrack of Fiddler on the Roof from a private collector. I don’t know if 35 or 70mm.
Mayor Street recently presented a million dollars to the nonprofit engaged with saving & reopening the Uptown
1982 exterior photo:
Thanks for adding this cinema today, Ken.
Scroll down to page 15 to see a vintage photo of the auditorium with the “leaping stags” on the original screen curtains, as Ken describes.
Page 16 of brochure linked above.
Page 15 of brochure linked above.
Page 14 of brochure linked above.
Page 12 of brochure linked above.
Page 11 of brochure linked above.
Thanks Ken for adding this cinema today!
scroll down to page 17 for vintage photo of auditorium:
scroll to page 15 for vintage photo of auditorium of this theater. I especially like seeing the Art Deco chandelier!
Scroll down to page 13 for vintage photo of organ console on stage in this theater:
scroll down to page 11 to see vintage photo of organ console on stage:
It was a palistered and mirrored auditorium with the proscenium flanked by trompe l'oeil paintings.
Ken,was that still present when you visited?