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Stan: Check out this link. http://next-stop-decatur-ga.blogspot.com/2015/07/remembering-martins-eastgate-suburban.html
Stan: The people standing in front of the theatre were Atlanta Times (newpaper) carriers and their district managers. It was one of the fringe benefits for those kids to see current films.
I grew up in Decatur, don’t remember Cineplex Odeon four-plex. Where are you saying it was located.
Here is a 2012 photo.
This town is in danger. Run, don’t walk from The Blob.
Starring Steve McQueen and a cast of exciting young people.
Great classic photo of the 1960’s
Great photo of the Roxy
That new sign looks great.
Here is a recent (Aug 2011) photo:http://www.flickr.com/photos/24391992@N00/6020044604/in/photostream
Very nice looking theatre.
This is a great photo.
Great photo, I love the bike parked out front.
Both movies were good.
This is a very cool looking theatre, are they going to restore it.
Here is a 1984 photo:
Here is a movie ad showing Thunder Road.
Here is a photo of The Grand Theatre
Here is one from the 1960's
Here is another picture of The Decatur Theatre’s Grand Opening in 1940.
Here is a photo of The World Premiere of Burt Reynolds “SHARKY’S MACHINE” at The Fox Theatre in Dec. 1981
Here is a 1949 photo from www.rootsweb.ancestry.com
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