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The Dixie Theater is listed in the 1928 Film Daily Yearbook with 250 seats.
The Lackawanna Theatre opened on February 9, 1940.
Published in the Buffalo Courier-Express on February 9, 1940.
Shea’s Lackawanna, newest addition to the Shea theater circuit, located at 160 Ridge Road in the Steel City, will open with a gala premiere tonight. Doors will open at 8 o'clock and the program will start at 8:45.
Shea’s Lackawanna is equipped with the latest RCA Magic Voice of the Screen sound system. It has a capacity of approximately 1,000 with an arrangement of seats designed for comfort and easy accessibility. The latest air-conditioning and ventilating system also has been installed.
Robert Case, well known in theatrical circles for twenty years, having been associated with RKO, Fox and Loew theaters, will be manager of the theater. The opening program will be Destry Rides Again, with Marlene Dietrich and James Stewart; and Laugh It Off, with Johnny Downs. The inaugural program will continue through Monday night.
The Old Mill Theatre is listed in the 1926 Film Daily Yearbook at 310 Hennepin Avenue with 300 seats.
The location for this theatre was North Front Street.
Palace Cinema-1936. Photo is courtesy of the Heritage Explorer website.
RKO Royal Theatre circa 1929.
The Liberty Theatre is listed in the 1926 Film Daily Yearbook with 350 seats.
A December 30, 1920 ad tells people to watch for the opening date of the Capitol Theatre. A January 28, 1921 ad for the Capitol is advertising movies, so the Capitol Theatre most likely opened in January of 1921.
Ad is dated January 28, 1921.
Published on December 30, 1920.
Orpheum Theatre circa 1954.
LOL The watermark reads AllPosters. There are other theatre photos on that website.
The Gem Theatre is listed in the 1940 Film Daily Yearbook with 275 seats. Not listed in 1941.
Photo is courtesy of the Heritage Explorer website.
The address was 100 North Main Street. The Hippodrome was demolished and a bank is now located at this address. The Hippodrome was still advertising in December of 1970.
Published on December 10, 1970.
Undated photo showing the Princess Theatre on the left. Image courtesy of the Brazoria County Historical Museum.
The Ora Theatre is listed in the 1941 Film Daily Yearbook, so it probably opened around 1940-41. The address is 217 East Park Avenue.
An Orpheum Theatre in Lawton, Oklahoma is listed in the 1933 Film Daily Yearbook with 800 seats. No Orpheum Theatre is listed for Lawton in 1934.
The Carver Theatre is listed in a 1953 Kinston city directory at 715 East Washington Avenue.
This is a 2012 article about the opening of this drive-in. The UDITOA website has a message from Riley Cooke looking for an investor for the drive-in.