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Address was 5629 S. Flores.
A Google search of Harlandale Theater San Antonio will bring up a great 2012 UTSA link called The Top Shelf by Tom Shelton with the original photo I just posted, as well as other theaters of the era.
Just added a 1937 photo of the Harlandale Theater.
I just re-added the May 1949 flood photo.
Courtesy of the Traces Of Texas Facebook page.
I just added a 1941 photo of the Monogram Theater. Courtesy of the Traces Of Texas Facebook page.
Spelling correction “AmeriCar The Beautiful”…
I just added a Free Pass image to the photos section. It applied to both the Aardvark and the Festival up North on Sheridan. Image courtesy of Bill West.
I just added a Free Pass image in the photos section. It was for both the Festival and Aardvark down on Wells Street in Pipers Alley. Image courtesy of Bill West.
I just added a color 1964 photo from the “A Hard Day’s Night” premiere, courtesy of the Vintage Point Facebook page.
Just added a photo of the Theatorium, though it was labeled as 1907.
It is located at 103 Joy Street, Sevierville TN, 37862, and is currently home to BJ’s Florist and the Smoky Mountain Area Rescue Ministry Thrift Store. Google Dolly’s Hometown Tour via BarzMedia.com for more history.
According to the copy by the granddaughter of the owners, the building is still located on Joy Street. Her description is under her photo of the Pines Theatre that I just posted.
Was located in the Maple Building which is still standing across from the Mountain Mall. According to the Vintage Photos of Sevier County, TN Facebook page.
Was located in the Maples Building which still stands across from the Mountain Mall, according to the Vintage Photos of Sevier County, TN Facebook page.
FYI. The Shorpy Higginbotham Facebook page and website has a detailed photo that will enlarge, of the aftermath of the collapse.
There is a 1930’s photo of the Fox Dome auditorium during a Mickey Mouse Club meeting on the Mouse Heaven page at www.melbirnkrant.com
Correction: 1976 photo courtesy of Douglas Long.
FYI. I posted a couple photos from the Oskaloosa Memories and History Facebook page. One is the LIFE Magazine photo previously posted 11/29/08, as the original link is dead.
It was mentioned in the Facebook comments that the Rivola marquee is now inside of a local restaurant called Smokey Row, 109 S. Market Street, Oskaloosa Iowa 52577. There is a photo on their website.
I just posted multiple images courtesy of Karen Kay Sisson, who’s family apparently owned the Riverview Auto Theatre located on Highway 50 just West of US1. It opened April 28, 1952.
The theatre name in the Overview should be changed to Riverview Auto Theatre. It was not the Titusville Drive-In.
I found these images on a Facebook page called History and Memories of Brevard County. I am assuming the drive-in was not around for too long. In one of the Facebook comments Karen Kay Sisson is quoted: Mom said she knew the end was near when they started seeing television antennas pop up on homes in IRC!
FYI, there is a Facebook page called “History and Memorabilia | Erie Pennsylvania” that has an photo album titled “Warner Theater”. There are many exterior & interior shots, projectors, promos and an extensive history. It is an Open Group, so all the photos are visible.
Just added a 1946 photo courtesy of the History and Memorabilia | Erie Pennsylvania Facebook page.
Apparently the Tivoli Theatre is now also hosting live concerts.
WXRT just announced a John Hiatt show for 02/26/14.
Well, I’ve just been corrected. The White City Amusement Park was the location of the previously named Phoenix Theatre. It was built in 1905, 8 years after the 1893 fair. But likely trying to play off the White City name.
The 63rd & South Park Avenue location is still correct though.
There was also a Phoenix Theatre that was part of the White City at the 1893 World’s Fair, located at 63rd Street and South Park Avenue.
I just added about 5-6 photos, all courtesy of the Vintage St. Louis Facebook page.
I just added a circa 1962 exterior photo of the Empress as The Nation Of God Temple. Photo courtesy of the Vintage St. Louis Facebook page.