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A photo of promotional signs in front of the Reel Theater’s box office taken in the early 1940’s can be seen here.
Currently closed as a result of Hurricane Sandy, the owners have indicated that the theater will eventually reopen: View article
A picture of this theatre can be seen here.
Three area men are advancing a plan to reopen the MET and are seeking community support: View article
An article about AMC’s converting this theater to its dine-and-view concept can be read here.
There are some pictures of this theater’s screen on this drive-in’s gallery page at Drive-ins.com.
A picture of the entrance to this theatre can be seen here.
UPDATE: After the announcement of the closing in January, the Rave Cityplace abruptly closed without further explanation on Novemeber 25th. Supposedly, a new operator is going to be announced, but the theater is not among the recent group of Rave theaters being sold to either Cinemark or AMC. View article
An exterior view of the theatre can be seen here and a photo of one of the auditoriums can be seen here.
A night photo of the theatre ca be seen here.
A photo of the entrance can be seen here.
This website was originally created to save the Pantages and contains some additional historical information; it is uncertain how long it remain accessible since the effort unfortunately failed.
Official website: http://www.marcustheatres.com/
This theater, operated by Marcus Theatres, has reduced the number of its general admission seats and increased the number of dine-and-view seats. View article
A photo of the theatre can be seen here and this YouTube video includes photos of the now-demolished theatre; its site is now marked by a historical plaque.
Another view can bee seen here.
An exterior view of the theatre can be seen here and one of the concessions area can be seen here.
A picture of the theatre can be seen here.
A photo of the theatre can be seen here.
A picture of the theatre as the Plaza 400 can be seen here.
Another exterior view can be seen here.
A closeup view of the entrance can be seen here.