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so obviously he did a certain amount of research which makes the omission of The Trojan Woman bizarre.
March 18, 2014 at pm Bigjoe59, I do know the book, and while it makes for very entertaining reading, it does have some sloppy research.
Seating was proved in orchestra and balcony levels.
The Fine Arts Theatre opened on October 15, 1951, with the United States premiere of the British made Ealing Films comedy “The Lavender Hill Mob” starring Alec Guinness, which ran for more than eight months and established the theatre as a formidable rival to the nearby Sutton Theatre and Plaza Theatre.
for instance in the chapter on the 60s author Rolston states that Gypsy(which looks and sounds great on blu-ray) opens on roadshow runs but doesn’t state where. if I could contact Rolston I would ask why was The Trojan Women left out?
there is an appendix which lists films that during pre-production and production were intended for reserved seat runs but weren’t released that way.
The Fine Arts Theatre was one of the premier art houses in New York City during the 1950’s and succeeding decades.
If you have time, and if you’re in the mood for one more dip on the way back to Athens, take a left turn off the main coastal road as soon as you see the sign “Property of KAPE” and follow the dirt road to the parking lot.
Women In Love, Day for Night, the Duelists, Stolen Kisses & Le Voleur all premiered here.
The Walter Reade Organization’s Continental Releasing unit used this screen as a prime outlet.
To access this beach you need to climb down a series of longish steps, but it’s well worth the effort.
In fact, Legrena is one of the most popular beaches of Attica, but in the late afternoon, it’s a lot quieter.
i just read the book “Movie Roadshows: Limited Run Reserved Seats Engagements 1911-1972”.