Photos favorited by TLSLOEWS

  • <p>Outdoor ad by the Warfield Theatre in 1925 for the World Premiere of “Pretty Ladies”</p>
  • <p>Photo from the SF Chronicle archives.</p>
  • <p>The new look Capitol has a big premiere in December of 1959</p>
  • <p>Gala World Premiere April 3 1968</p>
  • <p>The float for “Atlantis” in front of Loew’s Capitol Theatre in 1961.</p>
  • <p>Note the word Cinerama cover’s Capitol on the marquee, so it appears as Loew’s Cinerama.
              1962 photo courtesy of Ralph Fidelman.</p>
  • <p>Included in Loew’s circuit directory (June 4th, 1965)</p>
  • <p>1964 photo courtesy of Ralph Fidelman‎.</p>
  • <p>Crisper version of the 1938 photo.</p>
  • <p>Enter The Dragon – 1975</p>
  • <p>These films play several times a year at the Loew’s… always to a packed house and extended days…</p>
  • <p>Nice deco ad for the State circa 1928.</p>
  • <p>“Meet Me In St. Louis” World Premiere 11/22/44, photo & copy courtesy of the Vintage St. Louis Facebook page.</p>
              <p>Judy Garland starred in the story of the Smith family, who lived at 5135 Kensington Avenue on the eve of the 1904 World’s Fair. The movie includes classic songs such as “The Trolley Song” and “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas.” It was nominated for four Academy Awards, including best song for “The Trolley Song.”</p>
  • <p>1977 photo credit Michael McInerney.</p>
  • <p>July 17, 1963 Once again Jerry Lewis tours theaters opening weekend for his biggest hit yet. This time he tours for four days sometimes doubling back and visiting the same theater twice in one day. Has any movie star ever ever supported their pictures as much as Jerry?</p>
              <p>Other tours:</p>
  • <p>5/23/40</p>
  • <p>Rival circuits on May 23rd, 1940</p>
  • <p>1943 street stunt as war bond buyers help create “Hitler’s Tomb” in front of the Loew’s Vendome Theatre in Nashville.</p>
  • <p>12/26/62</p>
  • <p>5/29/63</p>
  • <p>12/19/69</p>
  • <p>12/10/69</p>
  • <p>5/21/42</p>
  • <p>5/20/64</p>
  • <p>Advertised on May 19th, 1948</p>
  • <p>8/12/42</p>
  • <p>11/24/67</p>