600 Greensboro Avenue,
600 Greensboro Avenue,Tuscaloosa, AL 35401
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This $200,000 (original 1,230-seat capacity) Bama Theatre opened its doors on April 12, 1938 with Bobby Breen In “Hawaii Calls” along with performances by the University “Million Dollar Band” and a double quartette by a nearby glee club. I’m not sure if a newsreel or cartoon was added too, but the hunt still continues.
From 1938 a postcard view of the Bama Theatre in Tuscaloosa.
Great looking theatre staff,not a tatoo anywhere.
Very nice virtual tour photos,nice looking theatre.
There was a nice video of the marquee of the Bama in the Joan Baez documentary that aired last night on PBS.
From the early 1940s, a Bama employees group photo.
URL from related web site has changed:
Among other things there is a pretty cool virtual tour.
This is the second Bama theater in Tuscaloosa. The original Bama became the Druid.