Photos favorited by Gerald A. DeLuca

  • <p>1945</p>
  • <p>November 12, 1936. Italian silent.</p>
  • <p>Jan 1, 1958 the Liberty Theatre re-opens as the Art Cinema with the French film “Gervaise.”</p>
  • <p>Ad for 1878 opening as Low’s.</p>
  • <p>In 1933 or so.</p>
  • <p>March 2014 photo.</p>
  • <p>June 12, 1984.  Sack Cinema Complex. Lettering the marquee. Boston Globe.</p>
  • <p>In 1941.</p>
  • <p>That’s actor Broderick Craford with Morse Theatre owner Walter Mitchell at right and Morse Theatre manager at the left making a personal appearance in 1951 for “The Mob”</p>
  • <p>In 1966 or so.</p>
  • <p>February 15, 1940. “Taint a fit night out for man nor beast!”</p>
  • <p>Photo credit Fall River Historical Society.</p>
  • <p>Photo in Pawtucket Times, July 8, 1953. Article (page 8) “Leroy Rings Down Curtain for the Summer.” Shortage of 3-D movies is blamed.</p>
  • <p>Opening day ad, Providence News, April 19, 1919.</p>
  • <p>At opening in 1963. Ingmar Bergman on the right.</p>
  • <p>Opening day ad for Loew’s State, October 6, 1928. The MGM film “Excess Baggage” is now deemed lost.</p>
  • <p>Image of interior of the Star Theatre. August 31, 1910 issue of The Pawtucket Times. Image and article can be found on page 9.</p>
  • <p>April 28, 1923. The Pawtucket Times featured a host of articles and illustrations on the new theatre on that day.</p>
  • <p>1930</p>
  • <p>April 28, 1923. The Pawtucket Times featured a host of articles and illustrations on the new theatre on that day.</p>
  • <p>September 16, 1955. Revival neo-realist program.</p>
  • <p>October 3, 1939. Part of a weekly series of exploitational or risqué films.</p>