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Remnant of the Metro Theatre building as it stood and was photographed in 2009.
Hi Robert Verkler. I always enjoy the accuracy of first hand comments.
I wonder if you were ever a projectionist in my hometown, Brownfield. The Rialto in particular. If so we may have friends in common from the 1960s and I would really appreciate making contact with you.
The Rustic Drive-In has vanished….
Let’s buy it Randy!
Hello TNiles. According to CinemaTour there was an Angelus Theatre in San Angelo at 30 West Beauregard Street. The building has since been demolished.
So sad to see this unique old survivor setting there closed and deserted. (BTW. All the the blue design work is vitreous glass tile. What a showlace this one must have been.
No obvious restoration efforts observed at this time. Photo taken 2014.
From 2013 a view of the Broadway Theatre on flickr.
From the 1930s a photo postcard image of the Paramount Theatre in Okanogan Washington]
From 2013 a photo of the Ramona Theatre in Ramona California.
From 1946 a newsprint photo of the Fern Theater in Milwaukee.
From 2013 a night time photo of the EMPIRE’S neon sign.
A 1987 photo of the Ritz Theater in Blanchard Oklahoma.
From McGregor a photo of the Ritz Theatre building.
From 2010 a photograph of the Hippodrome Theatre building in Julesburg
From Elkton Virginia a photograph of the Elkton Theater.
From Marshall Texas a photo view of Washington Avenue along with the Lynn Theater.
From the mid 1940s a photo of the Strand and Embassy theatres in San Francisco.
From the mid 1940s a photo of the Embassy and Strand Theatres in San Francisco.
From Evanston a postcard image of Main Street along with the Strand Theatre.
From 1955 in Pittsfield a photo of President Eisenhower making a speech in front of the Bijou Theatre.
From Battle Creek a postcard view of Michigan Avenue along with the Rex and Strand Theatre signs.
From Battle Creek a postcard view of Michigan Avenue along with the Strand and Rex Theatre signs.
From the 1940s in Atoka a view of East Court St. along with the Pix Theater
The Hi-Vue Drive-In has vanished.