Photos favorited by TLSLOEWS

  • <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>
  • <p>1948 photo courtesy of Gene Leitner.</p>
  • <p>1940 photo courtesy of Al Ponte’s Time Machine – New York Facebook page.</p>
  • <p>Talk about showmanship… Lillian Gish on the big screen in this well designed DIY ad. And you’ll also get Guterson directing the live symphony. Added attraction Ken Widenor explains the organ speaks.</p>
  • <p>Grand opening shot of the Loew’s Plaza Theatre in 1927.</p>
  • <p>Ad for the Loew’s Grand August 27, 1927 — and Fatty Arbuckle comes by in person next week.</p>
  • <p>The Loew’s in Canton gave you a big show for your money as evidenced by this 1927 ad.</p>
  • <p>December 5th, 1984 grand opening ad</p>
  • <p>In 1927, the Loew’s Stillman has a nice front for the baseball-themed “Slide, Kelly, Slide" with s giant balloon baseball atop the marquee at left. And at right, the Stillman produced a nice musical comedy pre-show on the stage. Great showmanship,</p>
  • <p>In 1927, the Loew’s Stillman has a nice front for the baseball-themed “Slide, Kelly, Slide.”</p>
  • <p>As the Loew’s Aldine, this is a nice layout circa 1927.</p>
  • <p>Stellar ad design by the Loew’s Valentine in 1927 for the John Gilbert / Greta Garbo film, “Flesh of the Devil.”</p>
  • <p>Timing’s everything and for Buster Keaton and “The General,” his silent film will get destroyed by the Vitaphone sound films playing at the nearby Warner owned theater. But “The General” did stand the test of time.</p>
  • <p>Timing’s everything and for Buster Keaton and “The General,” his silent film will get destroyed at the Valentine by the Vitaphone sound films playing at the nearby Warner owned theater. But “The General” did stand the test of time.</p>
  • <p>June 2005</p>
  • <p>Creative DIY layout by the Loew’s Theatre circa 1926.</p>
  • <p>Great DIY ad by the Loew’s in 1928.</p>
  • <p>This is likely the LIFE Magazine photo from July 1945, that Ken C. posted on 11/29/08.
              But that link is now dead.</p>
  • <p>February 13th, 1921 grand opening ad</p>