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In Motiograph’s projectionist trade magazine “The Sound Track,” Volume 4, Number 3 – undated (but almost certainly in late 1944 or early 1945), there is a letter on page 30 which reads:
“Please continue to send us THE SOUND TRACK. I think it has been a great help to all operators. Since we girls took over for the men called to the armed forces, there have been lots of times that this advice from old experienced hands has really come in handy.
Keep it coming my way, please.
College Park, Georgia"
I’m the head projectionist at the Panida Theater. In the Cinema Treasures book it is mentioned that people here believe that there is a ghost at the Panida. Unfortunately that was only the opinion of one of the people being interviewed for the book. In my seven years working at the Panida I don’t recall anyone ever mentioning a ghost. I’ve worked there late at night countless times, and said spectre has never so much as sneezed. Aside from that detail, the review of our theater in the book is excellent. It’s a beautiful book that is a lot of fun to browse through.