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SHAME ON THE CITY OF PITTSBURGH. Shame on them for allowing this beautiful theatre to go by the waste side. It should have been preserved and made into a live concert venue. The city is poorer for having destroyed it.
I love this.
It’s so cute. I wish I owned it
This would have been a great double feature
Lost Horizon is a wonderful movie
Anyone have the experience of seeing the Burt Bacharach musical LOST HORIZON at the National?
Looks like a really romantic Drive In Theatre. A sad shame the community allowed it to die
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This well made movie got held back from release to distance itself from the box office failure of STAR! It was thrown into multiples with little fanfare and sadly bombed.
treadway, you are right. Both theaters (the one downstairs was single screen when it opened and the Penthouse upstairs) were plush and made the film you were seeing a memorable experience.
I love it
Makes me sick how all the theaters I loved in Atlanta are GONE or changed drastically to the point they barely resemble the place they use to be. Doraville Mini Cinema GONE. Loew’s Tara GONE (the single screen) Briarcliff Village Theater GONE. Loew’s Grand GONE. Roxy Theater GONE. Toco Hills theater GONE. N.E. Expressway Drive-In and North 85 Drive-In theaters GONE. Original North Dekalb theatre GONE. I could go on and on, but you get the point.
It’s really too bad about theaters like this in downtown Atlanta. By the mid to late 70’s the city was getting a reputation of being a dangerous place to visit and people who generally drove to see “event” films stopped going. Big films opened in wider release and in more theaters. The days of the roadshow picture were over.
Does anyone know what movies played there in the 60’s?
WOW! Now THAT’S a theatre
It’s disgusting. I hate man
Wow, this is sad
The Sound of Music was a grand film, but the roadshow attraction I remember being the most elaborate and special was OLIVER! at the newly built and plush LOEW’S TARA theatre in Atlanta. It was a single screen theatre in those days, beautifully lit with twinkling lights running up and down the columns of the building. OLIVER! was spared no expensive. Elaborate window designs, special marquee highlighting it’s showing, it was a real EVENT.
This isn’t the Tara theatre. It’s the Twelve Oaks
Love it. Wonderful fun movie
THE OTHER SIDE OF MIDNIGHT. I remember that summer of 77'. What a film that was.