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It’s been said that the Oliver Reed/Bill Sykes song “My Name” was recorded but cut from the film.
A musical portion of it however apparently remains in the Overture.
1956 enlargeable image on Flickr.
Other than the projection booth, there are only like 2 interior photos of stairwells in the gallery. None of the auditorium.
Which is something even a former usher complained about in past comments a few years back.
1954 marquee shot during S. Ziegfeld Ct street naming.
Video of the Follies marquee lit at night in 1966.
Update: 1950 photo credit Cleveland News Photographer.
Colorized by unknown.
Here is the above mentioned “Tough As Nails”-“Mic Drop” episode.
May 2017 Chicago Tribune article with about the 90th anniversary images.
Howard Hughes’s “Hell’s Angels” opens at Grauman’s Chinese Theatre with 200 searchlights (May 24, 1930).
Description credit David Cutter.
As Clune’s Broadway Theatre.
March 1942 John Vachon photo with a street banner for the Marlow Theatre.
Click on “View full size” for greater detail.
11/22/63 Stanley Kubrick handwritten note added to gallery, courtesy www.qompendium.com.
The special preview of “Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb” was postponed for two months.
2013 article with 1937 photos as Cotton Club.
Julian Theater is the third building down on the left in this December 1988 Flickr image.Enlargeable within link.
A 2011 link with August 27, 1976 Bay City Rollers photos.
I scrolled back and did not see it as being posted before.
This 2015 wordpress piece with images says it converted to live concert venue and then closed in the early 1990s.
Two 2014 Flickr photos.
2014 Flickr photos, scroll left for box office.
Kevin Mueller photo.
Paul Dimler photo.
“Lust for Life” at the Ute Theatre was released 9/17/56.
Update with video.