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Wonder if the original building still exists.
Great detail here. Must be an old theatre.
Great pic. Where is the theatre in the city?
Nice sign and marquee. Hope the original auditorium is still used.
Yes was a very beautiful and dramatic street at one time and espcially at night. The Fox had the most dramatic marquee. Very art deco.
Nice marquee. Maybe the grandopening?
Art deco marquee is great and blade signage.
Nice detail to the building. Balcony and roof line is attractive. Wonder what the interior was like?
Big theatre. Must have been nice inside. Any photos?
Great marquee. What a waste to tear this theatre down and let it go into ruins. Whats new?
I saw that film too. Lots of fun. Must have been great on the big screen. Quite the satire on silly action pics.
Any pics of the auditorium? Great art deco tower and signage.
Great proscenium style and detail. Also ceiling and side walls.
Nice art deco marquee and sign. Great design.
One of the most beautiful snack counters. Very artistic!
Wonderful ceiling and wall design. Roman heads done in plaster on the front of the balcony. Well designed up close balcony in relation to proscenium and movie screen. Cinemascope installed in the 1950’s I believe. A very large screen I recall. I saw many films here into the 1980’s. First run films always until it was closed.
Like something out of a fantasy castle. Such a tragedy it was demolished.
What a restored masterpiece. Details are wonderful. Lights creative and marquee handsome.
Nice exterior and marquee. Looks very elegant and stylish. Much more than the present average new theatre or multiplex.
An art deco masterpiece and great marquee too. Major waste of a handsome theatre.
Rich and elegant interior to this theatre. Ceiling detail is amazing.
Vintage art deco marquee. A very haunted looking pic. Handsome building still however.
Great art deco lighting still being used to this day. Theatre is as popular today as in the 20’s.
Great vintage theatre and almost in the original condition. Original curtain had to be removed for cinemascope years ago. I have seen many a film here since the 1950’s and continue seeing them in 2015. Digital now and one of the longest runs in the country.