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An article by Dick Hellner published in February 1970 (source not provided) and republished in the October 2017 “Hitchcock County Historical Newsletter” (Vol. 10, No. 4) cites an article in the “Trenton Republican Leader” of February 15, 1935 stating “that the building was better known as the Gem Theatre building,“ which was according to the Hellner article torn down in 1970.
Thank you David. The attribution should go to George Mann.
David, Please change the license to © All Rights Reserved. We usually give permission to use the photograph, but would like people to ask permission. I assume the “IM STILL SO NYC Facebook page” pulled it unattributed from my Flickr page. Thank you.
Click here for a photograph of Poli’s Theatre taken in 1929.
With the help of Jay Schmitt, I was recently able to identify this photograph taken by George Mann as Loew’s Theatre in Montreal as it appeared in 1931.
This photograph of the Castle Theatre was taken by George Mann in 1926.
This photograph of the Rivoli Theatre was taken by George Mann in 1926.
This photograph of the Orpheum Theatre was taken by George Mann in 1927.
Eastern Nevada Theatres, Inc. owned Motor-Vu Drive-In in 1961. It was closed in 1980.
From what I could see when I stopped by last month and on their Facebook page, the Palace Theatre will soon be reopened.
The American Cinema is behind the Whiteway Shopping Center. There’s no signage that I could see on the building: http://tinyurl.com/bx6m6uz
Brad Smith. The picture with the Paramount in the distance doe not show the Boston Cinerama. It is across from the Paramount and at the bend on Washington, St.
I would like to make the correction, dick, but I am not sure to which photograph you are referring. The photograph of the Fox Theatre in Brooklyn, NY has the Paramount in the background, but the photograph is taken in Brooklyn, not Boston. Would you please identify the photograph to which you refer?
“Paths of Glory” was released in 1957.
Click here for an exterior view of the Manchester Theatre in 1930.
Click here for an exterior view of the Stanley Warner Theatre circa 1963. “Lawrence of Arabia” on the marquee.
Thank you, dickneeds111.
Click here for an exterior view of the Metropolitan Theatre in 1929.
Click here for an exterior view of the Tivoli Theatre in 2011.
Click here for an exterior view of the Armond Theatre in 2011.
Thanks for the good words Peter. Send me your e-mail address at
Click here for an exterior view of the Fox Audubon Theatre in 1929.
Click here for an exterior view of the Capitol Theatre in 1931.
Click here for an exterior view of the Chicago Theatre in 1930.
Click here for an exterior view of the Crotona Theatre in 1929.
Click here for an exterior view of the Fox Poli Theatre in 1929.