Comments from SouthsideBoy

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SouthsideBoy commented about Beverly Theatre on Feb 20, 2007 at 6:48 pm

I’ll find out, have records at home.
Nick

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SouthsideBoy commented about Randolph Theater on Jan 26, 2007 at 6:48 pm

Bryan Kreft, please e-mail Nick Coston at , would like to talk to talk to you.
Thanks.

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SouthsideBoy commented about 41 Outdoor Theater on Dec 28, 2006 at 5:20 pm

My Dad helped build and run his drive in whioch was sold to I believe to Ben Kolhberg in the late 60’s. I think it was last open in the late 70’s but I’ll find out. I spent many Sat nights there watching movies until we passed out.

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SouthsideBoy commented about Orpheum Theatre on Dec 26, 2006 at 7:05 pm

I am filming a documentary on our old summer home in Eagle River, Wisconsin, which was built in 1926 by Peter Schaefer, who was one of owners of this theatre. My family purchased this vacation estate in 1940 from the Schaefers' after Ms. Schaefer’s death. If anyone out there has any related information on PJ Schaefer, please share it with me and I will credit you in our film. My Uncle, James Coston, was a friend of Schaefer in the 30’s when he was with Warner Brothers. I can be contacted thru this web site or directly at Principle photography for this feature begins Jan 11th in Eagle River. Thanks for any help you can lend, this was such a long time ago, not many people still around.

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SouthsideBoy commented about Jeffery Theater on Nov 30, 2006 at 2:37 pm

I’ll do my best to load some picturs this weekend of the Jeffrey.
Nick Coston

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SouthsideBoy commented about Beverly Theatre on Nov 30, 2006 at 2:36 pm

Sorry I have been off here for awhile, had a baby (again). I’ll load some pictures this weekend. The Nick Coston who managed in Kenosha was my Uncle, he passed away back in 1986. That was my Dad’s Uncle.
I still think Sounf Music ran for a year, but I have some old notes from all the grosses, I’ll look it up. I was only 12 then, so I could be very wrong. I used to bring friends and leave at the intermission in the middle of Sound of Music just to see them be all sad since the intermission comes at a down part of the movie. Then they would go home and tell their parents they just the saddest movie.
Anyone still keep up with John Kenney? He was the last Manager before it closed back in 1976.
Nick