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The overview should say DEMOLISHED. This property was part of Melrose Diner’s expansion. The Gem Theatre had also been called the Oxford Theatre before it closed in 1912.
On Recent Comments, rivest266 on September 24, 2014 at 3:50 pm was incorrect when he stated the Plaza 6 closed in 2013.
The Carmike Plaza 6 closed on January 22, 2015 according to Rob Rindeman, a spokesman for Carmike Cinemas Inc. Carmike, based in Columbus Georgia, is the fourth-largest U.S. theater operator.
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Take notice to the front porch of the house next door to the Park Theatre. Although the theater was demolished to make way for a day care center, this house survived.
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The address for the Park Theatre should be 8002-04 West Chester Pike, Highland Park, Upper Darby PA 19082.
The theater was demolished and a child-care center, Fairy Tale Academy, was built on the site.
Both of the theater’s neighbors, Park Storage at 8000 West Chester Pike and a single 2-½ story house on the other side of the theater survived.
The Haverford Theater was designed by Philadelphia Architect Harvey M. Housekeeper (fl. 1907-1911) and the exact address is 456-458 N. 60th Street.
Does anyone know in what style this theater was designed and in exactly what year it closed? Also what year it was demolished?
All we need are some cows, horses, or sheep.
Still don’t know what it is!
What the hell os it?
Nice photo of the backside of a drive-in theater!
Where are the XX Theatres and XXX Theatres? Only in LA!
This is California. They have all the fruits, nuts and flakes. What did you expect?
I hope they don’t put you in the projection booth today. I think you’ve had a few too many of those Tequila Sunrises! You’ve been upside down all day.
And you’re still upside down!
This looks like Mike’s vacation slides from last year.
Mike is all over, now he’s in London.
The British are coming!
Just waiting for The Beatles to cross the intersection.
More from Great Britain!
Now we’re in Great Britain? How did that Happen?
And this looks like a converted bank.
Yo Jeff, this theater looks like should be on the Mexican border.
This photo is Gross, (Gross 20th Century) in Alaska. Thanks Jeff. What happened to the DuPage Theatre that was on this page?
And Jeff has even more pictures from Anchorage, Alaska.
Jeff’s still in Anchorage, Alaska.