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I posted the grand opening ad from January 11th, 1961 and from 1970 here.
The ad gives the address of 2315 N. Federal Highway.
The December 12th, 1980 grand opening ad has been posted in the photo section of this theatre.
1969 National Drive-Ins Theatres (Cleveland OH)
1975 Hallmark Releasing Corp. (Boston)
I also posted the aerial here.
I uploaded the 1969 aerial photo from the USGS in the photo section. It was much smaller with one screen.
According to http://www.naplesnews.com/news/2011/aug/21/James-Duffy-Atlanta-cinema-movie-theater-fraud-lee/
James Duffy was involved with this cinema from June 19th, 1984-July 10th, 1994.
According to the Yelp reviews cinemas 1-4 are now closed off leaving 11 cinemas. I confirmed it by checking the showtimes and find only 11 cinemas in use.
I uploaded the Aerial photo in the photo page for this theatre.
I uploaded the USGS aerial photo in this theatre’s photo section from the address provided.
I uploaded an ad from February 11th, 1971 with an picture of the theatre.
K-B Theatres was an large chain of theatres in the Washington,DC area.
The February 17th, 1966 grand opening ad has been uploaded here.
I uploaded the December 16th, 1966 grand opening ad here.
I uploaded the grand opening ad from 1982 here.
The June 18th, 1969 grand opening ad has been uploaded here. I added the colours* after.
I have uploaded some ads and a picture of this theatre.
This was at Dixie and 15th St. Aerial photo supplied here.
The April 5th, 1949 grand opening ad has been posted here.
Trouble during the James Duffy management era:
This was part of the James Duffy fraud.
It on the Google Map at
Al, did the Herald accept ads for adult cinemas in the 1970?
Many newspapers refused then outright.
The November 28th, 1940 grand opening ad has been uploaded in the photo section as well as the picture on this page.
1948, 1978 and 1983 grand opening ads are now in the photo section.
The January 5th, 1937 grand opening ad has been uploaded in the photo section for this theatre.
I noticed that many theatres stopped placing ads in later years in the News. Its circulation must had been slipping by the time the South Dade opened.