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This is a duplicate upload.
Do any of the advertisements you upload have dates?
This is a cropped version of an existing photograph.
This photograph is the property of RoadsideArchitecture.com.
“Copyright. All photos at this website are copyrighted and may only be used with my consent. This includes posting them at Facebook, Pinterest, blogs, other websites, personal use, etc.”
This is a duplicate upload. It is a cropped version of an upload made by dallasmovietheaters on November 18, 2015.
Simonie Hodges should receive credit for this photograph.
This photograph was already uploaded by dallasmovietheaters on February 17, 2016.
This is a duplicate upload. This photograph was originally uploaded December 3, 2013.
The Broadway Theatre opened circa 1947 and was demolished in the early 1980s.
This is another Google map photo. You can tell by the movie title on the marquee.
“elmorovivo” aka kencmcintyre copied this photo from Cinematour. It is a poor capture and I will upload the original version.
This photo comes from the Cinematour website. It is a 2001 Photo from the Dave Felthous collection.
Another uncredited photo copied from the Cinematour website and uploaded by “elmorovivo” or ‘kencmcintyre" or whatever this individuals real name might be. I will upload an uncropped version of this photo.
Why would anyone upload something that is unreadable?
The photo above was taken from the Adam Martin collection on CinemaTour.
Just about every photo and advertisement that you have just uploaded pertaining to Maryland theatres has come from the Kilduffs website. The proper thing to do would be to credit that website for the photos that you uploaded.
Credit the Eventseeker website for this photo.
Caprice Theatre photo from the Larry Karstens collection.
The above photo comes from the Marcus Cedar Creek Cinema website. How pathetic.
Photo courtesy of the Brad Miller collection.
Another photo pilfered from Cinematour. The above photo comes from the Adam Martin collection.
Sharper version from the Tom Mundell collection via Cinematour.
Another photo captured from the CinemaTour website. Additional photos can be seen there.
The photo at the top of the page comes from the Roger Katz collection on CinemaTour. If you go to CinemaTour you will see a much sharper version along with other photos.