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1968 & 1975 photos added courtesy of Carl Marsing.
The large ornate marquee was removed due to a city ordinance about signage overhanging sidewalks.
1959 program image added courtesy of Kathy Malone Files.
Early `70’s photo added courtesy of Rod Nelson.
Undated photo added courtesy of Pattie Mobley Mumford.
It was confirmed by several in the Remembering Ogden/Riverdale and Beyond Facebook page, that it was re-named the Paramount in the early `80’s until it’s closing.
1985 photo added credit Matt Weber.
Flickr photo of the Rosa marquee illuminated at night.
The below link has for sale a book called
“Showstopper” (Adler family and Waupaca theatres) $9.95
Correct address is 136 S. Main Street.
The Seasons is also a wedding, party & event venue.
The Colusa Theatre closed March 6th, 2017, and appears to be for sale.
1 exterior photo and 1 auditorium photo added credit Katherine Mixie Kubicek.
Thanks For The Memories & For Sale Or Lease on the marquee.
Circa 40's photo courtesy of Bev Milward.
Comment on Facebook said it closed in74.
40's photo courtesy of Bev Milward.
Comment on Facebook said it closed in
Circa `70’s photo added courtesy of Bev Milward.
1953 photo added courtesy of Bev Milward.
Undated photo added courtesy of Bev Milward.
1947 photo as the Lyric added, credit Oklahoma Historical Society.
1940 photo added credit Joe Hepp.
9/16/77 Sun-Times movie section added with the Follies ad in the lower left hand corner.
Note they used “D-T' for "Deep Throat”.
This also helps date the previously posted photo with “Deep Throat” on the marquee.
So the Overview can be changed from 1975 to 1977 as far as the showing of that film at the Follies.
Image courtesy of Tim O'Neill.
“Deep Throat” played at the Follies 9/16/77.
1981 photo added credit John P. Keating Jr.
Not sure if I mentioned it before, but the black tiles on the facade were called Vitrolite.
Very popular material back in the day.
1959 photo as the Studio added via Paul Walton.
Apparently the new plans are on hold.
The Carefree Theater was demolished in September 2016.
Some demolition photos added.
Article below about demolition.
Circa 1940’s photo added courtesy of Alvin Lederer.
1965 photo added courtesy of Barry Bourgault.
Delray Drive-in after Hurricane Betsy in 1965.
Two undated photos & copy added courtesy of Kevin Cox.
The original Fun Shows. Hosted by “Uncle Jim” Anderson of Anderson’s Hardware on WIRK from the Surf Theater
Below is the website for the Uptown Entertainment Development Corporation that works, via the Friends of the Philadelphia Uptown Theater Facebook page.
Below that is a link to their page.