Photos favorited by TLSLOEWS

  • <p>Restored front of the Franklin Theatre, from the official website.</p>
  • <p>CINDY,MIKE and BETTy Concession stand NATIONAL HILLS theatre. JULY 76..</p>
  • <p>Mr.ZACKER and MR.Rogers closing theatre,MIDNIGHT SHOW.Managers office.</p>
  • <p>The predecessor of the current Roxy Theatre seen foreground right. Compare the other buildings in this scene with the c. 1950’s street scene also found on this site.</p>
  • <p>Ohio State Journal,“ July 16, 1941</p>
  • <p>“Columbus Dispatch,” December 2, 1928</p>
  • <p>August 2006</p>
  • <p>“Ohio State Journal,” October 13, 1954</p>
  • <p>“Ohio State Journal,” October 8, 1954</p>
  • <p>“Columbus Dispatch,” February 18, 1958</p>
  • <p>“Columbus Dispatch,” May 1, 1958</p>
  • <p>“Ohio State Journal,” August 25, 1954</p>
  • <p>“Columbus Dispatch,” Monday, August 17, 1953</p>
  • <p>“Columbus Dispatch” 1952</p>
  • <p>Once again,  just like with Garden State 16, and Aviation 12, Rockaway was built by loews, But AMC took over LOEWS CINEPLEX weeks before It opened, however loews had not yet painted its giant logos on the front of the Building, but did so in the back, facing route I-80.
              Amc put a stop to that. AMC credited itself for the stadium seating that Loews had already built into its theatres. (Jersey Gardens Comes to Mind.)    Overall its. Beautiful example off later Loews design.</p>
  • <p>A night view from June 1931.</p>
  • <p>As the Gaiety Theatre in November 1937 playing “The Prisoner of Zenda”.</p>
  • <p>Auditorium</p>