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The above 1430 K Avenue address is correct. According to the Sanborn Maps, the street names were changed after 1961.
Main Street became K Avenue and Mechanic Street became 15th Street.
The former Rose Theatre is on Google street views at 115 S. Main, now Peak Fitness.
(Also, see 1939 Sanborn Map in photo section.)
“Robert Osborne, Hollywood historian and journalist, prime-time host of Turner Classic Movies. As a teenager, he worked at The Rose, a long-defunct movie theater in downtown Colfax, and broke both arms while putting Elizabeth Taylor’s name on the marquee.”
Here is a an architectural rendering of the Johnson Fain designed Cinemark at Playa Vista.
The Sanborn Maps of 1950 place the Webbo Theatre at 319 N. Roane (Now Chase Drugs). On Google, compare those International Style windows to the CT photograph). The 1925 maps show the same building there but occupied by a store.
There is also an unknown theatre (Prince?) on the 1950 maps at 519 Roane, between Queen and Crescent. (The maroon-colored building next to white picket fence.)
This theatre is now called B&B Sebring Fairmount Square Cinema 6 since B&B assumed operations on November 15, 2012. It was completely remodeled with Christy digital projectors, new lobby, and concessions. They now have more food choices, with beer and wine and are currently adding recliners.
Was that called the Auditorium? Were there any other names? I saw it on the Pre-1932 maps at 158 W. Depot. 1932 and later maps show it at 148 ½ W. Depot, closed and used for storage.
The only theater on W. Depot in 1932 was at 136 W. Depot. (See Sanborn Map in photo section)
The only theater on Main Street before the Capitol was built was at 118 s. Main (See Sanborn Map in photo section)
According to this story in the Destin Log, Cinema 10 closed on August 17, 2014. It was said to have opened in 1987 and was most recently called the Lively Cinema 10.
The theater is now called Winchester Cinema since acquisition by Malco Theatres from Bluegrass Theaters on January 1, 2014.
This theater is now called B&B Missouri 6 since its acquisition by B&B Theatres in 2015.
This is the 2015 news on their website:
“B&B Theatres is pleased to announce that they have taken over operation of the Missouri 6 cinema. This 6-screen theatre has received upgrades to new digital signage and a new point-of-sale system affording customers the B&B loyalty program and much more. Look for more exciting changes to the Missouri 6 in 2015 and beyond.”
The Rex Theatre was opened by Walter Casey on October 24, 1923. Spokane Daily Chronicle story in photo section.
Now called Bay City 10, the theater was fully renovated and expanded to 10 screens from the plans of Paradigm Design for a July 2014 debut.
Goodrich Quality Theatres
The Hays 8 has been operated by Starplex Cinemas since January 2013.
Marcus Theatres took over the Twin Creek Cinema in April 2008.
The cinema was originally opened by Douglas Theatres on November 17, 2000.
Since October 2014 this former Dickinson Theatre has been operated by B&B Theatres and is now called B&B Junction City Gem. Recliners were added in 2015
The 5,200-seat Regal Hollywood 24 opened on May 19, 1999.
With its prototypical design by Droese Raney Architecture, Studio Movie Grill Opened on October 1, 2013.
Downtown at the Gardens 16 is on the extensive portfolio of RLS Design Group
Stotser & Associates was the designer for RAVE Theatres.
Here is a timeline for the Stadium 10.
1985: Opened by AMC Theatres.
Dec 6, 2007: Opens as a Starplex Cinema.
This Carmike Cinema, which originally opened in November 1998, now has 15 screens and 2,786 seats after an addition of the 572-seat BigD auditorium in November 2013.
The B&B NaplesTown Centre 6 has been a B&B Theatre since its November 2012 purchase from Regal Entertainment Group. Everthing was completely upgraded including projection, sound, plush seating, carpeting and lobby. They now serve beer and wine.
Now called Owasso 12 and operated by Starplex Cinemas
PSTOS has three known photographs of theLiberty Theatre