Photos favorited by Paul Stephenson

  • <p>Great shot of the Tower Theater with street cars</p>
  • <p>Auditorium, June 2005.</p>
  • <p>Screen 1, July 2013.</p>
  • <p>As a part of a special “Thank You” to volunteers and everyone in the Community who had donated or offered assistance to the theatre in some way, a special block party was held and the new marquee was brought to life for just one night on June 8th, 2013. The name B. Price was drawn from a raffle, entitling her to be the first person to flip the switch and “Light Up The Night” with the newly renovated and up-fitted marquee. This was the first time in thirty years the marquee was fully powered, with 100% of the neon and ambient lights activated. It was also the debut of the new additions to the marquee: the upper letter board and the diamond topped, neon tower centerpiece.</p>
            
              <p>The theatre group plans to occasionally turn on the marquee to announce fundraising events and mark renovation milestones up until the theatre is in full operation.</p>
  • <p>1989</p>
  • <p>December 1996, with the Regency Bruin Theatre in the foreground.</p>
  • <p>!973</p>
  • <p>My niece took this photo some years ago when on holiday from Wales.</p>
  • <p>June 2005</p>
  • <p><a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/vanishing_america/4065684288/?reuploaded=1">State TheaterĀ©..Gainesville Texas..Don Lewis Vanishing Movie Theaters</a></p>
  • <p>The flamingo curtain shown here is a replica of the original 1920s design. It is only used for special occasions and the annual Auckland International Film Festival.</p>
  • <p>Taken from the Grand (upper) Circle.</p>
  • <p>interior of the 70mm auditorium</p>
  • <p><a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/lastpictureshow/428682518/">CapitanĀ©..Pasadena Texas..Don Lewis Vanishing Movie Theaters</a></p>
  • <p>This is the VUE in July 1991 when it was still called the Warner and had 5 screens.</p>
  • <p>New Frontage</p>
  • <p>The distinctive top of the Fox tower.</p>
  • <p>Not real ornate inside, but still pretty impressive. A great way to see a film</p>