Photos favorited by Gerald A. DeLuca

  • <p>Saturday night in Times Square. New York, 1957. Photo courtesy of the Riding Betties Facebook page.</p>
  • <p>In 1951.</p>
  • <p>In 1952. Italian films week.</p>
  • <p>August 3, 1933.</p>
  • <p>Keith’s New Theatre details, between 1902-1910. Note sign for “British Club.”</p>
  • <p>1954 image courtesy Jim Huber.</p>
  • <p>Circa November 1971.</p>
  • <p>November 25, 1959. “Big Jeeter” was the 1956 Italian film" Lauta Mancia.“ In the US it was also shown as "Big Dog Lost”.</p>
  • <p>Playing here April 2-7 after its Academy Award win for best picture of 2021.</p>
  • <p>Capture from 1942 historical documentary film footage posted on YouTube. Showing the 1941 Italian film “Scampolo” with Amedeo Nazzari and Lilia Silvi.</p>
  • <p>American premiere engagement opened March 3rd, 1942</p>
  • <p>The Russian film, “The Girl from Leningrad” draws crowds at the Stanley Theatre in New York circa 1942</p>
  • <p>Tax photo circa 1940.</p>
  • <p>January 26, 1945. Review of a Soviet film about German war crimes in Ukraine. Boston Globe.</p>
  • <p>September 24, 1970. Filmed in Italy, Russia, and Ukraine.</p>
  • <p>1947 photo courtesy of Jim Robb.</p>
  • <p>1947 photo courtesy of Jim Robb.</p>
  • <p>Esplanade Picture Gardens - The Esplanade and William Street, Perth - Another view.</p>
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  • <p>The Little Theatre launched on October 8, 1928 with Fritz Lang’s UFA film, “Siegfried” supported but the one reel UFA film, “Killing the Killer.”</p>
  • <p>May Day demonstration and counter-protest in 1951 near Elgin Theatre showing a Loretta Young movie. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, May 2, 1951. Full article on page 9.</p>
  • <p>February 22, 1931.</p>
  • <p>Re-opened on March 3, 2022 as Apple Cinemas.</p>
  • <p>Sourced from an article in the Sheffield Telegraph (24th August 2017). Courtesy of the Cinema Theatre Association Archive.</p>
  • <p>Eisenberg and Feer, the Boston architects design the interior of the Egyptian to reflect the Great Temple of Karnak at Thebes on the Upper Nile River.</p>