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Crown Photo Plays, Hartford

Exhibitors Times, September 20, 1913:

“The Crown Theatre is practically the only motion picture house in Hartford, Conn. with a real attractive front, as shown in the accompanying photograph. 217 more words


Monday Look Back - Week 14.

What happened this week?

I worked. A lot.

And when I wasn’t working I was at the gym. I have signed up for a personal trainer. 591 more words

Monday Look Back

In San Francisco, theaters increase Youth development

Some theaters in the San Franciso Bay area encourage acting programs for the youth in order to develop a community spirit in the area.

In 1985 JFK Kennedy mentioned that «  The future of our nation depends on our ability to create and to be creative. 952 more words


Agatha Christie and “cosy” crime | The Badger's Sett

When I was in a production of And Then There Were None in 1982 in the seaside resort of Southwold — I played the housekeeper who (spoiler alert!) dies in the opening scene — it was still going under its politically incorrect title of Ten Little Niggers. 173 more words


Carl Laemmle and the White Front

Carl Laemmle, father of Universal Pictures, was born January 17, 1867 in Laupheim , Baden- Wurttemberg, Germany. He immigrated to America in 1884, working a variety of jobs before becoming a bookkeeper at a retail clothing store in Oshkosh. 380 more words


Lassoing Wild Animals at the Casino, Galveston

The Film Index, March 11, 1911:

“The Casino, Galveston, Tex.–one of the Hulsey Theatre”

“Photograph taken when house was billed for the Buffalo Jones Pictures, which were shown here ‘first run’ and made a clean up. 96 more words


First Night Design | "It's discouraging to think..." #Coward

“It’s discouraging to think how many people are shocked by honesty and how few by deceit.” Blithe Spirit, Noël Coward

Take care and keep laughing! 9 more words