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  • <p>View from the front of Stage. Showing the suspended ceiling.. Covering a fine Art Deco one</p>
  • <p>This appears to be the Ames Theater before the renovation of the facade. The long horizontal sign above the box office/entrance and the marquee overhang look the same. Ames Tribune Photo.</p>
  • <p>Showing the current Interior.. The Art Deco ceiling alas is covered by a new ceiling tile system.<br>The Pros. Shows that it was of a very high standard in its time</p>
  • <p>9-19-13 Cinerama screen for 70mm film festival</p>
  • <p>Colorful ad for the Burt Bacharach musical LOST HORIZON that premiered MARCH 17, 1973</p>
  • <p>Auditorium, photographed in January 2000.</p>
  • <p>Photograph courtesy Victor Panza</p>
  • <p> Inaugurado en el año de 1928, éste singular recinto, de un aforo de casi 1400 butacas se caracteriza por su decoración renacentista, la cual incluye once candelabros de cristal (de los cuales, dos- unas moles de 2.5 toneladas de peso -se encuentran suspendidos al interior de la sala), acabados en mármol turco e italiano, cuadros al óleo sobre la mitología griega y un enorme órgano Wurlitzer.</p>
  • <p>Cumberland Drive-In..Newville Pennsylvania..Vanishing Movie Theaters.</p>
  • <p>Screen 1 in former front stalls, March 2014</p>
  • <p>Midwest Theater, Oklahoma City, 1962 Pro Mo of “Gay Purr-ee” Photo taken in theater lobby. Pictured on left is Paul Townsend, City Manager and on right side is Ron Holder, Assistant Manager. Gay Purr-ee was Judy Garland’s first and last animated film. Friskies Cat Food and local KOCO TV’s HO HO the Clown provided Pro Mo free tickets.</p>
  • <p>January 2014 Photo</p>
  • <p>January 2014 Photo</p>
  • <p><a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/lastpictureshow/11257761324/in/photostream/">Sunshine Brooks Theater..Oceanside California..Don Lewis//\ Billy Smith Collection <> Vanishing Movie Theaters</a>.</p>
  • <p>A Very early picture…</p>