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Celluloidkid commented about Hawaii Theatre on Mar 21, 2006 at 2:27 pm


Celluloidkid commented about Jayhawk State Theatre of Kansas on Mar 21, 2006 at 2:22 pm

The Jayhawk State Theatre of Kansas is located in Jayhawk Towers and The Commonwealth Building in Downtown Topeka, Kansas, near the corner of 7th and Jackson. The theatre is the official state theatre of Kansas, as designated by the Kansas Legislature, and is a 501©(3) organization. All contributions to the organization are tax deductible. For extensive infomation on the theatre’s past and future, please visit the History and Future sections on this web site.

Tours of the theatre are available to individiuals or groups at any time by simply scheduling an appointment. Although the theatre is not yet renovated, meetings and other special events can still be held within the theatre. For more information, or to schedule a tour, call (785) 233-HAWK (4295).

Celluloidkid commented about Aurora Fox Arts Center on Mar 21, 2006 at 2:13 pm

Aurora Fox Arts Center
Address: 9900 E Colfax Ave
Phone: 303.361.2910

Description: Named Best Season for a Local Theatre Company (Westword, Best of Denver, June 29, 2000), the Aurora Fox Arts Center offers an array of entertainment for all ages. Call the box office for a schedule, rates and subscriber information. Plays, Musicals, Children’s Theater, Concerts, Guest Artists Performing Arts Classes, including Young Actor’s Workshop Discounts available for students, season subscribers and groups

I saw several plays at this theater, and a nice Alfred Hitchcock festivale here to!

Celluloidkid commented about Squire Theater on Mar 20, 2006 at 6:10 pm

I grew up in Great Neck I remeber seeing films when it was just a single theater…don’t rember which films but I remember

Celluloidkid commented about East 70 Drive-In on Mar 20, 2006 at 6:07 pm

…I moved to COlorado in around late 1995 after the drive-end theater was closed…I lived in an Apartment Complex behind the theater (The manager of the complex said a ghost of a woman walked the grounds of the drive-in late at night) (My living room window looked over the weed-infested parking lot, and the huge white movie-screen)… sadly I lost the photos I had taken of the once giant screen. I still have the letter “C” which I found near the old marquee.

I heard the main reason the theater closed was a “murder-robery”..? Is the true. I have lived in Colorado off and on for over 8 yrs and I have heard this form everyone. Please confirm..??

Celluloidkid commented about Velda Rose Drive-In on Mar 20, 2006 at 6:01 pm

I remember seeing the last film ever at this theater which was “Porky’s (1982” After my parents divorced she re-married and had a tupperwear party, and well long story short my mother’s husband took me and several friends to this drive-end and well we saw “Porkys”. LOL God to be a boy at 10 Yrs of age again!

The theater was bulldozed over, and became a trailer park!

Celluloidkid commented about Fox Phoenix Theatre on Mar 20, 2006 at 5:57 pm

…Phoenix Az hates to save it’s past unlike Denver Colorado…

Celluloidkid commented about Kiva Theatre on Mar 20, 2006 at 5:54 pm

This became a porn/Grind-House theater in the late 1980’s and by the late 1990’s it was torn down!

Celluloidkid commented about Kachina Theatre on Mar 20, 2006 at 5:52 pm

…I Remember my parents taking me to the Kachine Theater to see “Meteor” in 1979 W./ Sean Connery and Natalie Wood. I also remember seeing a Re-Issue of “The Wizard of Oz” on the big screen at this theater, as well the last film ever shown was a Re-Issue of “Gone W./The Wind”. I remember when the Kachina was being torn down who ever owned the theater gave awaay the seats, screens eveyhting, which was so sad since once the theater was gone it become nothing but a parking lot.
Phoenix and Scottdale are bad for not preseveriing the past and trying to save these great old theaters.

Thas what I like about Denver, Colorado is that the city saved one of its old movie theater “The Myan” which is great because future generations can enjoy the past & see what going to the cinema was all about!