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The website does not indicate that movies are shown there.
Corrected website link: http://lakeland-players.org/
This theatre was featured on a recent episode of “American Pickers.” It is being used as a warehouse to store collectibles.
Here we go again. There are Manchesters in 11 different states and one in the UK. All have theatres, past and present. I had to copy and paste the link to determine that this theatre is in New Hampshire.
Updated website link for Eisentraut Theatres.
Google Street View shows a Ringo’s Market at 233 68 CO 12 in Segundo in a building that looks somewhat like a former theatre.
The theatre is very clearly visible on Google Street View on Bursum Road.
Current name is Fallon Theatres and the phone number is 775-423-6210. With the recent opening of the nearby Fox Peak Cinema, this operation is probably not going to be around for much longer.
The Fallon Theatres in downtown Fallon have been and are still showing the most recent movies.
From the name, this theatre would appear to have been a temporary CCC (Civilian Conservation Corps) project. The CCC was a Depression-era New Deal program which enrolled young unmarried men 18-24 to do restoration work like planting trees and soil reclamation.
Google Street View shows a white building on the 100 block of Birch Street that looks like a theatre.
SPAM above. The VAR Form 200 is a Virginia Association of Realtors residential lease.
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For sale for $47,500. Nice slide show on real estate listing site: http://www.ucoffices.com/Real_Estate/CO/STRATTON/136_Colorado_Ave/36-1-0506311036/
This is how I remember the theatre in the late 1940’s and early 50’s. Nice to see it again.
Status should be closed/demolished.
No. That event was held at the Milwaukee Theatre, a 4086 seat events venue that is part of the downtown Milwaukee Center District at 500 W. Kilbourn.
Closed and for sale.
Google Street View of 2015 shows the theatre building as having been demolished.
Once again, a little skimpy info on the location. We’re talking about Tacoma, the city in Washington State, right? As pointed out previously, it’s a big country.
Nowhere in the above article is it mentioned that this theatre is located in Woodstock, Illinois. One has to actually read the newspaper article to determine the location.
Now known as the Allen Park Digital Cinemas and no longer operated by MJR Theatres. Website: http://allenparkcinemas.com/location/2859/Allen-Park-Digital-Cinema