Photos favorited by Bill Huelbig

  • <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 (www.wideanglecloseup.com).</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>
  • <p>Taken from memory on the opening..</p>
  • <p>View of Screen</p>