Photos favorited by Bill Huelbig

  • <p>March 18,1970</p>
              <p>RETURN TO “2001”. EXPERIENCE. The Ziegfeld Theatre is the only theatre in the country equipped with 6-track stereophonic sound. You will hear “Zarathustra”, “The Blue Danube”, and Gyorgy Ligeti’s electronic compositions from 9 overhead Altec-Lansing speakers and 20 frontal A7 console speakers (4'high,3'wide,3'deep). The screen at the Ziegfeld is 50' across and 24" high (that’s about half a city block long). You will see
              “The Dawn of Man” and “To Jupiter and Beyond” projected from the 70MM Zeiss Ikon Favorit projectors equipped with Xenon lamphouses. RETURN TO “2001”. EXPERIENCE.</p>
  • <p>January 4th, 1974 ad for The Exorcist</p>
  • <p>1964 photo credit Robert Juzefski.</p>
  • <p>A view of the Warner Theatre Auditorium from aisle four.</p>
  • <p>A view from the right top of the balcony.</p>
  • <p>A view of the stage from lower balcony left.</p>
  • <p>The Warner had a spectacular curved “Cinerama” screen. It had three curtain openings. The first was the narrowest opening. It was for regular 35mm releases.</p>
  • <p>April 16,1971</p>
  • <p>“The New York Times, June 12, 1960”</p>
  • <p>In better days. Buy me that town!</p>
  • <p>Grauman’s Chinese Theater’s Engagemement for “Star Wars”</p>
  • <p>Broadway looking north at 50th Street 1962,
              Loew’s Capitol, then called Loew’s Cinerama.</p>
  • <p>Stairway upstairs to foyer and main lobby/lounge</p>
  • <p>3110 Roswell Road.  This theatre ran first run films, THE POSEIDON ADVENTURE, LOVE STORY, LOST HORIZON<br>Photo: Cliff Carson</p>
  • <p>Photo: Cliff Carson</p>
  • <p>“Columbus Dispatch” March 24, 1957</p>
  • <p>On August 12, 1988, approximately 500 protesters demonstrated outside the Ziegfeld where Martin Scorsese’s “The Last Temptation of Christ” was bowing. All shows were sold out. Photo by David Morgan (</p>
  • <p>My friend Laura Muhleisen sent me this photo from her room on the 22nd floor of the New York Hilton.</p>
  • <p>No mention of the Phipps Penthouse theatre in Atlanta on Cinema Treasures.  It was a single screen theatre that was upstairs above the Phipps Theatre which was downstairs. THE EXORCIST premiered there and ran for months.</p>