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Is it a habit for the Chicagoland area to always use “ The World’s xxxx ?XXXX can mean beautiful, biggest etc.
This opened as the World’s Most Beautiful Suburban theatre on November 25th, 1925. I uploaded its grand opening ad in the photo section for this cinema.
May 28th, 1948 grand opening ad has been posted here.
Grand opening ad posted here
This opened on December 14th, 1979. Grand opening ad posted here.
This opened on July 13th, 1962. I uploaded the grand opening ad with picture here.
This was opened on August 28th, 1920 by the Ascher Brothers. I uploaded its grand opening ad here.
Grand opening ad uploaded in the photo section for this theatre.
1971 grand opening ad is in the photo section for this cinema.
September 16th, 1960 grand opening uploaded here.
This may has been opened in 1956. The 1951 aerial shows empty land.
An poor quality photo and grand opening ad has uploaded in the photo section for this cinema.
Photo of the sign for the theatre as well as the grand opening ad posted in the photo section. Will someone get in that mall and get the theatre entrance? An phone picture will be OK.
May 30th, 1969 grand opening ad is in the photo section for this theatre.
Kencmcintyre, I uploaded ALL of the ad for the Ridge Cinemas in the photo section for this cinema. They ran the same ad for the Le Fabourg Cinemas in Montreal and Cinemas Place Charest in Quebec City.
May 15th, 1981 grand opening ad in photo section
1963 aerial posted here.
1973 aerial uploaded in this theatre’s photo section.
This is at 407 St. Pierre
Press kit at
This was on N. Cherry St just past Cherry Hill Drive. The Church of Christ now stands on its site. USGS aerial photo posted here.
1956 aerial photo uploaded here.
This was at Fillmore and Sunset. Photo uploaded here.
1966 aerial photo posted in the photo section for this theatre.
This was on Wood south of Main St.
This opened on December 6th, 1946. Grand opening ad uploaded here.
Cela a ouvert le 6 Décembre 1946. Annonce l'ouverture ici
Situé dans le quartier Ahuntsic, dans la banlieue nord-ouest de Montréal. Le Théâtre Ahuntsic a été ouvert en 1946, et a été construit et exploité par la United Amusement Corporation Ltd Tous les sièges était sur un seul étage. L'auditorium a eu un creux de lumière le long de chaque paroi latérale, ce qui permet un éclairage du plafond, qui a eu un effet de vague en plâtre.