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The address for the Bayshore Sunrise Drive In was
1881 Sunrise Highway, Bay Shore, NY.
Was this theatre known as anything other than the Art Theatre?
Need to update the address on the theatre.
The most current name for this theatre was the Lost Picture Show.
The address for the Varsity Theatre was 2402 Guadalupe Street, Audstin, Tx.
The address for the Laurel Theatre is correct at 2310 San Pedro. But it wasn’t a corner building so the building you pulled up on map quest is not the Laurel. Here is a link that will take you to a pic of the Laurel. http://www.geocities.com/missy78214/laurelid.html
When did it get the name New Laurel Theatre though.
I believe that Guy Madison was playing the part of Wild Bill Hickock at the time and was featured in several movies. It was more than likely a special appearance to promote the movie. Much like Roy Rodgers and Gene Autry made personal appearances to promote movies at that time. The building itself is now listed as the Cameo Center. For what purpose it is used is unknown by me. I think its current exterior was done when it was transfomed into a night club. The exterior though is very striking.
The address for the Oakland Theatre was 6 Oakland Avenue, Warwick, NY.
The official website for the Balboa Performing Arts Theatre Foundation is
The correct address is 707 E. Balboa Blvd.. The website gives a history fo the Balboa Theatre.
I show the address for the Esquire Theatre at 1717 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, Oh.
This is a link for the u[coming events for the Hollywood Theatre.
The address for the World Theatre, AKA Strand, State, is 314 Third Avenue, Cedar Rapids, Ia.
The Jem Theatre is located in Harmony’s downtown area. It was recently renovated but kept its historical deco. It features new releases and fresh pop corn with real butter. Admission is $3.00. It was built in 1940 and the only movie theatre in Fillmore, Co. It is located at 14 Main St N., Harmony, Mn. 55939.
Still got it wrong, 2520 Hyland Boulevard, State Island, NY.
Sorry my error that should have been 2520 Hylan Ave, Staten Island, Ny.
Bryan, the article ran on August 28,2003. Right now there is a contest going on sponsored by the Childrens Museum and Fox 25 and Fox 48. It is titles “Puttin On The Lips” Hollywood Style. All performances are on the stage of the Hollywood Theatre. The constest is a lip sync to their favorite song. The contestants are broken down into 4 age categories including families. There will be three winners in each of the 4 categories and the prizes include passes to the Hollywood Theatre and the Childrens Museum. The contest is running from 1/10/2004 thru 11/17/2004. All proceeds go to the Childrens Museum. Seems like the Childrens Museum is utilizing the Hollywood.
This is an article from the LaCrosse Tribeune that tells what is happening with the Hollywood Theatre.
Theater donation sets stage for expansion at Children’s Museum
By TIMOTHY SAN PEDRO of the Tribune staff
Big red letters on the Hollywood Theatre marquee Wednesday left Anne Steuer with goose bumps. Advertisement
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“Fortneys Donate Hollywood Theatre to Children’s Museum,” it stated.
Ron Fortney of Fortney, Fortney and Fortney LLP handed over its keys to Steuer, Children’s Museum executive director, Wednesday during a press conference.
“You gave me goose bumps,” Steuer said. “And they won’t go away.”
Maybe it’s because the donation was the fourth largest in the organization’s history.
Fortney also presented a check for $1,000 to begin refurbishing the theater.
“The theater is invaluable in a sense that there’s no number that can be put on the worth of this theater to the community,” Fortney said.
Hollywood Theatre is located less than a block from the Children’s Museum. It was built in 1936 as one of the country’s most modern theaters, with a 40-foot screen that retracts so that a performing stage also can be used.
Tara Klinski , 10 of Caledonia , Mn. climbs the climbing wall at the hilders Museum , as museum employee Julia Asher holds on to the safty ropes . Dick Riniker photo
Fortney, Fortney and Fortney LLP purchased the 1,000-seat theatre in 1993 to preserve the building and its cultural value to the region.
Fortney, who is an equal partner with his sons Mark and Eric, said the three of them discussed how the Hollywood Theatre could be best preserved.
“We thought that this would be the perfect way to preserve the building,” he said. “It’s a good fit for La Crosse.”
Hollywood Theatre closed Wednesday and will be opened again once the Children’s Museum decides what to do with it. A fund-raising campaign will be the first step to help get affordable programming at the theatre, Steuer said.
“We’re ready to dig in and put together a plan,” she said.
The theater is in good condition and is only in need of a few cosmetic changes, Fortney said.
Although specific programming details are yet to be finalized, the board members and directors of the Children’s Museum have thought of a few potential uses for the theater, such as family film festivals, classic movies, musical and dramatic performances, birthday parties and holiday events.
Steuer said she welcomes ideas and thoughts from the community because it should be a “community collaboration.”
“This is an amazing opportunity for the Children’s Museum,” Steuer said.
A little more info on the Ward Stadium 16, seating rows are set apart with extra wide spacing for great leg room. Handicap seating and hearing impared listening devices are available. Arm rests with cup holders are movable so that it more or less becomes love seats.
All auditoriums have curved screens. The concession area offers the usual but also offers pizza freshly made at the concession stand. They also offer a new gourmet selection of hot dogs including all beef, jalapeno and chedder cheese. Dole soft serve is also available. The free parking for the theatre is under the theatre and valet parking is offered also.
The lobby is 70 foot high and decorated in the traditional Hawaiian island decor. It has four auditoriums seating 500 with a total seating capacity of 4012.
The address for the Leavitt Fine Arts Theatre is 410 Main Street, Ogunquit, Me.
The address for the State Theatre is 61 North Reading Avenue, Boyertown, Pa.
The address for the Oaks Cinema is 310 Allegheny River Blvd., Oakmont, Pa. It is now called the Oaks Cinema and is in Oakmont, Pa.
The address for the Keswick Theatre is 219 North Keswick Avenue, Glenside, Pa.
The address for the Colonial Theatre was 1025 W. Moyamensing Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. 19148. This was one of 4 Colonial Theatres that existed in Philly at one time. Seating for the Colonial was 954.
Rhe address for the Cinema 356 was 718 Pike Road, Sarver, Pa. The Cinmea 356 opened in 1973 and was closed and demolished in 2001.
The address for the AMC Andora 8 Theatre was 9100 Ridge, Philadelphia, Pa.