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1947-48 Theatre Catalog, 6th Edition, Page 121 (109)

1947-48 Theatre Catalog, 6th Edition
1947-48 Theatre Catalog
1947-48 Theatre Catalog, 6th Edition, Page 121
Page 121

1947-48 Theatre Catalog, 6th Edition, Page 121

THE AUDITORIUM is a painbdecoration job. with tones 01 red and blue. and touches of gold, applied in such a way as to take advantage of the tile effects possible for the nature of the cinder-block construction oi the side walls and the' tile ceiling treatment. SuI'Iicient stage space. with the


DONK'S THEATRE Hudgins. Virginia ownsn AND opsnmon: w. c. Durtton. SEATING CAPACITY: 504.

COST OF BUILDING: approximately $22,000. COST OF EQUIPMENT: approximately $18,000.

AIR CONDITIONING: Blowers, by United States Air Conditioning Corporation.

CARPETS: by Mohawk Carpet Mills. Inc.

CHAIRS: by International Seat Corporation.

CHANGEOVERS: Strong Zipper, by Essannay

. Electric Manufacturing Company, through De-Vry Corporation. COIN CHANGER: CoimO-Meter, by Universal Stamping and Manufacturing Company. CURTAIN CONTROLS AND TRACK: by Vallen, Inc.

DISPLAY FRAMES: by Poblocki and Sons.

DHAPERIES AND STAGE CURTAINS: through Brient Decorating Service.

FILM CABINETS: Neumade, by Neumade Prod. ucts Corporation.

HEATING EQUIPMENT: through Elmer H. Brient

and Sons. LENSES: Super-Lite, by Projection Optics Company, Inc.


PROJECTION LAMPS: Enarc, by Brenkert Light Projection Company.

PROJECTION MACHINES: by DeVry Corporation.

RECTIFIERS: by Garver Electric Company.

REWINDERS: Neumade, by Neurnade Products Corporation.

RUBBER MATS: by Porto Mat and Rubber Comv pony.

SCREEN: through Radio Corporation of America.

SIGN AND MARQUEE: Talley Neon Company.

SIGN LETTERS: by Wagner Sign Service, Inc.

SOUND: by DeVry Corporation.

SUPPLY DEALER: Elmer H. Brient and Sons.

'l'ICKET-ISSUING MACHINE: Automaticket, by General Register Corporation.

TICKET CHOPPER: by Golde Manufacturing Coma pony.

VENDING EQUIPMENT: Popcorn machine, by Star Manufacturing Company.

requisite number oi curtains, has been provided to take advantage of possibilities presented by traveling presentations and civic celebrations. Small though the theatre may be, the 504 chairs are at a type and manufacture found in many a city theatre several times the size of this one.

THE PROJECTION ROOM (below) is a typical dual installation 01 modern equipment, designed to give the patrons the finest possible reproduction trom Hollywood's sound tracks and pictures.

THE LOUNGE (above) is another paint iob, done in powder blue and gold (a similar color scheme obtains in the lounge rooms). Posters announcing coming attractions replace the usual art.
1947-48 Theatre Catalog, 6th Edition, Page 121