Photos favorited by Jason Whyte

  • <p>The interior of Auditorium 8, the largest in Park Lane, seating 353 and featuring a massive constant-height screen that’s at least 60 feet wide.</p>
            
              <p>Before being renovated with stadium seating in 2005, this auditorium had seating for 522.  It originally had 70mm projection capability, and as each auditorium in Park Lane had a unique name, was named “Paradise.”</p>
            
              <p>It was renamed “Capitol” a year later, due to the efforts of Halifax’s mayor Ron Wallace, who had worked as an usher at that iconic Halifax theatre, which was demolished in 1974.</p>
            
              <p>Sorry for the less-than-ideal image quality.</p>
  • <p>Paradise auditorium of the Famous Players Victoria Terrace as it appeared in 1989, courtesy of Box Office Magazine. This looked way more polished than a comparable Cineplex Odeon auditorium of the same era up in Canada.</p>
  • <p>Lougheed Mall Cinemas November 1979</p>
  • <p>A rare photo of the interior of the UA 150.</p>
  • <p>This was Projection Booth #2
              I can’t recall the name of the projector</p>