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Very little was left on the walls, but these ornamental faux windows were still there. Demo work appears to be ongoing.

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Orlando commented about Ornamentation on Nov 7, 2017 at 12:29 pm

There was a lot there in the balcony of the former Loew’s Spooner in 2001 when I visited. All ormamentation and upper procenium wer virtually intact. Best of all was the MGM Lion carpet on the descending stairs to loge seats. The landings at the exit doors had the full pattern of the carpet weave. Management allowed me to return to take a piece of the carpet although dusty from its closed days but visually stunning. I have the full pattern of the carpet design to this day. (No, it is not for sale). Better yet at the Loew’s Boulevard up the street, I collected a former aisle seat from the balcony, the only one left in that balcony (art-deco style). I gave the store management $20.00 for it. A real great deal. Mgt of both stores were kind and allowed my friends and I sccess. We didn’t have to sneak or break-in like others who write books on the theatres they illegally break in to.

WilliamMcQuade commented about Ornamentation on Mar 30, 2022 at 5:33 pm

Another shame where our society treats these buildings as disposable .Many could be reused in other forms. It is much easier to knock them down

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