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I agree with mujerado. Facts must be facts. This is about theater history. It’s not horseshoes.
i remember attending a screening at the magic lantern, when jim babb ran this theater, soon after that-1969- he went to the cinema theater in hollywood.
The CinemaTheater brings back great memories. I was employed by the Art Theater Guild, they had over 50 theaters across the country. I worked at one of their theaters in Hollywood; I was at the Cinema for about two years 68-70. It was a hip place to be. I remember we ran the trl’s for: I am Curious Yellow and the Stewartess' for over a year.
Manager was Ed Muckerman, some employees were jim babb, jack genero, sue liberwitz, rene, ronnie krich, oliver, bob evans. Great place to just hang out.
Gene Youngblood reviewed our Saturday Midnight program for the Free Press. His reviews packed the house to standing room only. Arthur Knight of Playboy Magazine, also gave us great reviews.
For: KJC: I’ll never forget Beehler with that scar over his eye. We were friends in the late 60’s-early 70’s. At that time he still worked for Shaun Sayles and Alex Cooperman of the Continental Theater chain. I made many movies for Monroe back in those days.
I sure would love to talk to him. We had a lot of history between us. Monroe was one of the nicest people I’ve ever met. Sure would like to hear from him or be able to contact him.
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