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Here are my pictures from July 2012. None of the previously posted pictures show the ornate “rear” entrance facing Bay Street. I’ve included a picture of that entrance, which is visible if you click my link.
Here are my pictures from July 2012.
Here is my picture from July 2012.
Here are my pictures from July 2012. The place is in decent shape.
Here is a picture I took in March 2012.
I apologize for that. I don’t think I’ve left any comments with links since the site was redesigned. I guess the old HTML way doesn’t work anymore.
Here are my pictures from August 2011.
Here are my pictures of the Starlight Six from March 2012. The drive-in appears to be in excellent condition and the marquee is stunning.
Here are my pictures of the Cordele Drive-in from March 2012.
This is one of the best theaters that I’ve ever come across. The drive-in is in excellent condition for being closed for about thirty years. The screen doesn’t appear to have any damage and the marquee has held up surprisingly well.
Here is my picture of the Crisp Theater from March 2012. It is occupied by a church and the header should be changed from “Demolished.”
Here is my picture from November 2011. The building is currently on the market.
Here are my pictures from November 2011.
Here is my picture from September 2011.
Here is a picture of the former Scenic Theatre from September 2011.
Here are my August 2011 shots of the Modi Theatre.
Here is my picture from May 2011.
Here is my picture from August 2011.
Here is a picture of the Mars Theater from a county website.
It was located on the west side of Main Street just south of the intersection with Liberty Street.
It looks like “Strand” to me. Cool find!
Here is a picture I took in July 2011.
Here is a picture I took in July 2011. It looks like this place is once again used as a theater, albeit for live performances.
A 1918 Sanborn map shows a Crystal Theatre on the property, with an abandoned movie theater immediately to the south.
This theater appears on the 1913 Sanborn map, but was gone by the 1922 edition.
According to a 1915 Sanborn map, there was a closed movie theater (“picture show” according to the label) located at about 2128 Main. The map also shows two more “picture shows” on Howard between the library and Main Street.