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bbfarmer, only going by what I found online, if it wrong someone can always correct it.
Correct address for this theatre is 111 Wood St., Woodsboro, TX. It is located right next door to the Petal Pusher.
Correct address should be 111 Wood St., It is located next door to the Petal Pusher.
Don, this is theatre was actually located at 111 Wood Ave, Woodsboro, TX. It is right next door to The Petal Pusher.
Don do you or Randy Carlisle have any photos that you can add to the Photo Section?
Actual Street address for the Viking Theatre is 306 N. 3rd St., Crainfills Gap, TX. 66637
Will, it should have been 1924 but in the meantime it looks as though Ken has corrected it.
Don’t know when the remodel was finished but this is now the Carolina Mall Cinema 10, so they added 2 additional auditoriums, it is operated by Southeast Cinemas. website
John, how sure are you about the address, the Terravue shows the drive-in on Bennett Dr.
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In your intro in the header you stated that they opened all auditoriums had state of the art digital projection.
Norman, he should should have set up his flickr account so that it was private. I noticed he has since making such a squabble about linking he has finally done that. Not one o his photos are in the Cinema Treasures Photo base. So there is not copyright infringement.
You now have your photos set to private so it don’t matter, that’s what you should have tone to begin with an no one would have linked to them.
What has happened with the renovations at the Lyric?
The address on this should be 708 S. Goodwin Ave., the website is a dead link.
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John those are some great photos, good find, link
The 9 auditoriums feature stadium seating, all digital projections, state of the art sound and a lobby arcade. Their website
A liitle confusing as to who the architect was, according to the first paragraph on the theatre website reads as follows:
“Begun in 1929 and opening in 1931, the Texas is a glamorous, atmospheric movie palace on a small scale, often described as “an intimate gem”. The original owner was A.P. Mueller and W. Scott Dunne was the architect. According to an article in the Seguin Enterprise newspaper on March 12, 1931, (Beautiful Texas Theatre to Open Here March 19), Marvin Eickenroht drew the architectural plans and Albert Nolte, local contractor, built the theatre.” It says that W. Scott Dunne was the architect and it goes on to say that Marvin Eickenroht drew the architectual plans.
So was W. Scott Dunne the architect and Marvin Eeickenroht just drew up the plans?
The theatre’s official website has been changed the new website