Photos favorited by TLSLOEWS

  • <p>Great ad layout by the Loew’s State in 1923</p>
  • <p>June 1927 poster courtesy of Gianno Dv.</p>
  • <p>Post-opening ad published January 26th, 1916</p>
  • <p>1958 photo via Taryn Brody.</p>
  • <p>Opening day ad as Loew’s Garrick</p>
  • <p>Front of ticket for Saturday Night Fever – Feb 1978</p>
  • <p>Re-opened as Loew’s Vendome on March 22nd, 1920</p>
  • <p>11-19-75 photo and copy courtesy of Tim O'Neill.</p>
              <p>40 years ago tonight, ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO’S NEST had its world premiere at the Granada Theatre; presented by the Chicago International Film Festival. I wasn’t there but I heard the house was rocking. A packed auditorium in a giant 3400-seat North Side movie palace, Irv Kupcinet appeared on stage and introduced Jack Nicholson to the audience. Milos Forman was there as well. The audience loved the movie. This movie would go on to box-office success and 5 Academy Awards, including Best Picture of 1975. It is a 1970s classic. I wish I was at the Granada Theatre on that historic night. It must have been epic.</p>
  • <p>Art Carney 1954 photo courtesy of Edward Eckert.
              Martin & Lewis film “3 Ring Circus” on the Loew’s marquee.</p>
  • <p>July 1954 photo courtesy of the Stuff Nobody Cares About website. Copy & paste to view.</p>
  • <p>1955 photo courtesy of Cenk Urganci.</p>
  • <p>The Mezzanine lounge in the 1920s</p>
  • <p>1963 photo courtesy of Richard Thurbin.</p>
  • <p>Main St Hartford Ct, you can see the Loew’s Poli and the Loew’s Palace theaters on the right (west side of the street.) C 1950</p>
  • <p>1963 photo courtesy of Richard Thurbin.</p>
  • <p>Lon Chaney in “The Monster” and, live, “The Russian National Orchestra” with unique folk dancing. Great showmanship from the Loew’s State in 1925 at Washington and 8th.</p>