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TLSLOEWS uploaded two pictures of the exterior from a site called Franks Place.
A couple of photos uploaded.
Uploaded a picture of the completed Plains Drive in from the Texas Tech University Special Collections.
Uploaded two photos from the Texas Tech University Special Collection.
Although the building was demolished, the façade was retained and the Tower name painted on the front, per the photo I’ve uploaded.
Photo by Taylor Craig Sutton uploaded.
Uploaded three exterior photos. All I can say about the first is WOW, what a location.
Upload photo of the complex which is located on the second level of Pioneer Place (no way is the street view even in the ball park) an two shots of the exterior signage.
Uploaded post movie photos of the façade and an early add. Also revised the street view to show it’s appearance now.
Photos of the restored façade uploaded. There are a lot of depressing photos as a derelict, which I won’t upload, if you go to Bryan, TX Theaters Images.
Photo of opening day referred to in the overview uploaded (Link has been removed).
Three actual photos uploaded.
Uploaded photo of promotional coupon from the Jacksonville, NC Theaters – Tripod.com site.
Also, a Ford dealership has been built on the former Drive-In site.
Uploaded Starlight’s logo from the Jacksonville, NC Theaters – Tripod.com site. Site also says the concession stand was not demolished and is being repurposed.
Uploaded a photo from the Jacksonville, NC Theaters – Tripod.com site.
Uploaded a photo of all that remains of the Drive – In, the framework of the pylon, from the Jacksonville, NC Theaters – Tripod.com site.
Uploaded photo from the Jacksonville, NC Theaters – Tripod.com site.
Uploaded photo from the Jacksonville, NC Theaters -Tripod.com site.
Uploaded photo of Scenic showing The Ten Commandments on the marquee.
Uploaded photo from the website.
Photo uploaded from website.
Uploaded three photos from the in the day to decay.
Cinemark site boasts extreme digital, wall to wall and floor to ceiling screens. This is Cinemark’s 21st theater in Southern California. I’ve uploaded a photo from their website.