Historic marker of Hillsboro/Belcourt Theatre

Uploaded By

Tiny vastor

Featured Theater

1925 theater

Belcourt Theatre

Nashville, TN

More Photos

Photo Info

Taken on: August 17, 2012

Uploaded on: August 19, 2012

Exposure: 1/200 sec, f/3.5

Camera: Canon Canon PowerShot A530

Size: 141.8 KB

Views: 1,216

Full EXIF: View all

Scene capture type: 0

Exposure bias value: 0

Custom rendered: 0

Max aperture value: 29/8

Date time: Fri Aug 17 16:08:09 -0700 2012

Compressed bits per pixel: 3

Exposure mode: 0

Model: Canon PowerShot A530

Color space: 1

Sensing method: 2

Make: Canon

White balance: 0

User comment:

Exposure time: 1/200

Shutter speed value: 245/32

Focal plane x resolution: 25600/9

X resolution: 180

Pixel X dimension: 640

Metering mode: 5

Flash: 88

Focal plane y resolution: 20000/7

F number: 7/2

Aperture value: 29/8

Digital zoom ratio: 1

Resolution unit: 2

Y resolution: 180

Date time original: Fri Aug 17 16:08:09 -0700 2012

Pixel Y dimension: 480

YCbCr positioning: 1

Focal plane resolution unit: 2

Focal length: 9817/1000

Date time digitized: Fri Aug 17 16:08:09 -0700 2012

License: C

Historic marker of Hillsboro/Belcourt Theatre

This marker is on the corner of the second auditorium on the street side.

Unfavorite 1 person favorited this photo

Comments (2)

John_Stewart
John_Stewart on May 17, 2018 at 10:03 am

Hi all,

I grew up in Nashville and attended movies at the Belcourt Cinema. I also attended movies at the Belmont Theatre, with entrance located at corner of 21st Ave S and Blakemore prior to its demolition c. 1962.

Did the “Hillsboro” theatre morph from the Belmont? I believe that the Belmont opened in 1925, but I am not convinced that they are the same facility.

Anyone have thoughts to share?

John Stewart

You must login before making a comment.

New Comment