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It pays theaters full price for tickets and has sought to monetize by betting that people wouldn’t use the subscription enough each month to warrant the price.
What a beautiful theatre. The organ sounds wonderful!
These rock gym people may get into It. Thanks for keeping the Wurlitzer organ at the Fox Theatre for now.
Keep the screen and show videos of every movie that has a rock climbing part to it.
I hope they don’t trash the inside and keep some of the deco part of the cinema.
What could save the theater is a model from the company Movie Heroes, which asks customers to pay a monthly membership fee in order to watch an unlimited number of movies.
They always had the best “healthy” looking sales girls who wore a neck-tray loaded with ice creams and drinks. A typical example was portrayed in the Peter Sellers classic 1957 comedy picture “The Smallest Show On Earth”.
Like many a movie that played in the theater over the years, this story did not end as many would have liked.
The economic repercussions of the theater closing concerned some.
Since then, the theater has been on a month-to-month lease and its vitality has been in peril.
Sad to see it go. Wish they would bring drive ins back!
Probably the best known intermission countdown clock of them all, this particular piece of film was cemented into pop culture forever!
Impressive intermission number kiddus!
Love this video. Worth it to share this Regal Cinemas Pre-Show Roller Coaster.
Thanks for the video. I think after the theatre closed and just before it was torn down.
What a beautiful theatre. I am so glad it is well maintained.
This video is fascinating and it’s good to see Stan Kahn at the Wurlitzer organ.
Wow, this was great, really enjoyed. I hope more of these palaces can be restored.
This is really amazing! Looking forward to more videos like this.
Great trip down memory lane. It’s always good to go back home again if only for 10 minutes. Thanks for the flashback!
These movies are unforgettable, the best history to keep.
Very entertaining, love these horses. Thanks for sharing.
I love it! I really appreciate this show. Thanks for sharing.
This trailer is awesome! Where can I access the full video?
It had the same limited frequency range as the standard optical track of the time and didn’t reproduce audio in three dimensional stereo. - Concrete Pouring