Ultravision Theatres 1 & 2 Booth area

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Ultravision Theatres 1 & 2 Booth area

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lawmann1977
lawmann1977 on May 14, 2012 at 12:28 pm

I used to work at this Theatre in 1977 when it was still a part of ABC Theatres. The projectionist was a dear old man named Mr. John Stevenson. Mr. “Steve” as we called him, would show me the workings of the projection booth, I remember those old projectors. These were later upgraded to a “platter” sometime in the early 80s. His son, John Jr., was the projectionist at the theatre at the Northwoods Mall.

ronnyriddle
ronnyriddle on January 10, 2017 at 6:50 pm

I worked there for a period shortly after it’s opening. It was a single screen at that time. John Jr. was projectionist and a good friend. I knew his dad as well. A truly great group of people.

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