Photos favorited by TLSLOEWS

  • <p>The front of the cinema.</p>
  • <p>1956 photo courtesy of Victor Coiro.</p>
  • <p>1940 shot of the Loew’s Criterion showing “Women in War.”</p>
  • <p>The Rialto Theatre hosted the world premiere of “The Grand Ole Opry” in 1940 and WSM and many country performers were on hand to celebrate.</p>
  • <p>Strand Sweet Shop, undated photo credit Thomas McNeer, Jr.</p>
  • <p>The old upside-down letter technique is used for the low brow 1943 comedy “Hi Diddle, Diddle” at the Loew’s State.</p>
  • <p>On stage for the wartime “Salute to the Marines” are members of the William Cooper Marine Post of the American Legion presenting the colors on stage of the Loew’s Rochester.</p>
  • <p>As the Loew’s Poli, the theatre installs the war bond booth in 1943.</p>
  • <p>The old sandwich board on man dressed as lion bit at the Poli. Here it’s 1943’s"Jacare" on the big screen.</p>
  • <p>Loews Jersey – Undated parade and Power of The Press which premiered January 28, 1943 &  and Slightly Dangrous which premiered April 1, 1943</p>
  • <p>A 1946 shot of the Loew’s Criterion signage</p>
  • <p>A 1946 shot of the front of the Loew’s State.</p>
  • <p>October 31, 1946 “Spook Show” in Rochester.</p>
  • <p>The Capitol Theatre in 1946</p>
  • <p>The Loew’s Majestic uses the New Yorker Cocktail Bar’s attraction board to promote “Her Sister’s Secret” in 1946. The Loew’s is just over manager James Carey’s right shoulder on the opposite side of the street.</p>
  • <p>Loew’s Valencia Theatre, Jamaica, NY in 1929 – Left sidewall</p>
  • <p>A 1945 shot of the Loew’s 175th St. Theatre.</p>
  • <p>1935 AD for MARK OF THE VAMPIRE Premiere.</p>
  • <p>Arguably the most famous night for the Stillman occurred in 1949 when “The Stratton Story” had its World Premiere in Cleveland.</p>
  • <p>A three hour parade in Hartford allowed the Poli to promote “Mighty Joe Young” in 1949. Great showmanship.</p>
  • <p>It’s Dec. 26, 1939 and time for the American Theatre to launch in the Bronx with “Escape” and “Over the Moon.” There’s a parade to celebrate the opening.</p>
  • <p> April 1960 photo credit Don Carboni, courtesy of Monique Carboni. Whose mother is pictured in the lower R/H corner.</p>
  • <p>1941 photo credit Walter Payton.</p>