Photos favorited by ScreenClassic

  • <p>Odeon #2</p>
  • <p>Circa 1982 photo credit Greg Girard from below link.</p>
            
              <p>https://faroutmagazine.co.uk/raw-photographs-of-vancouver-before-the-money-arrived-in-the-1970s/?fbclid=IwAR2rulyAMPI-waFdB7bCMIlaywLNZ8g96xviYyn4r6c0hQlGWyDU2rB_L0I</p>
  • <p>Side shot of the Marquee.</p>
  • <p>Boxoffice, 5/19/69.</p>
  • <p>Boxoffice, 5/19/69.</p>
  • <p>The last night of the Oak Bay Theatre - taken in 1986.</p>
            
              <p>Photo by R Colin Newell</p>
  • <p>March 9th, 1966</p>
  • <p>The Strand Theatre on West Georgia Street in Vancouver, circa 1948.</p>
  • <p>An aerial view of the Starlite Drive-In on the corner of Norwell Drive and Departure Bay Road in the Departure Bay area of Nanaimo, taken circa 1966-67. The southern end of Long Lake is to the north of the drive-in, while construction of the then-new Wellington Secondary School (which took place around the time this photo was taken) is in its early stages on the right of the photo. The drive-in operated only a few more years after the photo was taken, as it closed after the 1973 season and its site was redeveloped for retail, residential and institutional use.</p>
  • <p>Neon sign at the Avalon Cinema Centre in Nanaimo.</p>
  • <p>That’s Roy Alward and his horse, Scout, making a personal appearance at the Paramount Theatre in Moncton circa 1952  to promote “The Son of Paleface” coming soon to New Brunswick.</p>
  • <p>Back when theatre’s still did Marquees!</p>
  • <p>Original Coronet exterior</p>
  • <p>Exterior of the Fiesta Twin Theatres (later Bay Theatre) in Nanaimo, taken in 1992.</p>
  • <p>Original Capitol theater before Capitol 6</p>
  • <p>Screen #6 as it looked when Capitol 6 opened in 1981. Notice no surround speakers are present, and wall pattern changed over the years.</p>
  • <p>Artistic shot of Capitol 6 as it looked when it opened in 1981.</p>