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Who was the Mosholu Theatre’s architect and in what style was the theater designed? Also, when was the name changed to the Bainbridge Theatre and when did it close? Thanks!
This photo was taken on January 1, 4501? Wow, I must have missed a few years!
Another abundance of information. Doesn’t anyone have information for the Park Theatre? Pathetic!
Thanks Movieguy for a full 16-year history of the movies that were shown at the Barclay Square Twin! Now we’re all set for Jeopardy if the opportunity ever presents itself.
Since Cinema Treasures does not have a page for the Owl Theatre, I am posting my comment here in response to Joe Vogel’s posting.
A vacant parking lot now occupies 2300-2302 Grays Ferry Ave. The USPS recognizes this as 2300-2302 S. 23rd St. since Grays Ferry Ave. turns into S. 23rd St. at this point. But this would definitely be 2300-2302 Grays Ferry Ave. since the adjoining property is 2304 Grays Ferry Ave.
Thank’s to RJR for sharing! I don’t know why Walt placed the demolition of the Alden in the 1980’s.
Walt Price says the Alden Theater was demolished in the 1980’s. That covers an entire decade. Does anyone know the exact year? Also, who was the architect of the Alden Theater? Please share, and thanks!
What does this photo have to do with The Alden Theater?
This photo was taken on December 26, 2012? I doubt it!
But this beat gos on and on. I guess we’re going see the whole record collection? Hint. Only handle records by the edges to prevent finger prints.
And yet another 45!
More 45’s? Get real!
And it all came down to this?
Again, who cares? And it doesn’t!
Cute, but who cares?
One more theater without a marquee.
Wilson Drive-In? Where?
That was quick! Now we’re in North Carolina.
Now we’re in South Carolina.
Now to the Empire Grnville 7 Cinemas in Vancouver, California.
Wow, we made it to Oliver, California.
Did you lose something?
Nice marquee. It belongs outside!