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1948-49 Theatre Catalog, 7th Edition, Page 371 (358)

1948-49 Theatre Catalog, 7th Edition
1948-49 Theatre Catalog
1948-49 Theatre Catalog, 7th Edition, Page 371
Page 371

1948-49 Theatre Catalog, 7th Edition, Page 371

From Basic Plan . t0 Finis/96d Stage N


This complete vaudeville stage is outstanding for its compactness and flexibility, a feature of which is the motorized band car operating without guides in the floor. It is typical of the work done by the famous theatre architects, john and Drew Eberson. It is one of many such fine stages which we have had the pleasure of equipping durng our years of working with the Ebersons. '

Regardless of size or design of your stage, Clancy can furnish the complete rigging from standard catalog items produced on a production basis by modern production methods -a fact that means lower costs and better equipment. Every step in production is carefully controlled - even to the extent of having materials checked by consulting metallurgists as extra assurance of strength and safety. All plans made by a licensed engineer.

To assure compactness, flexibility and safety of your stage, take advantage of Clancy's one contract-one contractorone complete service-and a guarantee covering our entire operation.

World '3 Largtmt Dl-signd-rs. [nunultu'turvrs and Riggl'rs 0t Stugo Equipment

amClLANEY/umc. 1000 W. Belden Ave. '- SYRACUSE 4, N. Y. :

T9 Mill/Idle Inquiry 7r 1}): about. Plum mention lb! volume and page number.

(Ir-nlrul Theatre, Pussaic, N. J.

Designed by

John and Ilrvw Ehorson


Arch i tecls

Stage by J. R. (NANCY, INC.

Television Studio Equipment Asbestos Curtains

Clancy Contour Curtains Olio and Painted Drops Cycloramas

Auditorium Drape:

Interior Flats

Curtain Tracks and Controls Console and Orchestra Lift: Wagon and Revolving Stagos Picture Screens Counterweight Equipmont Lighting Equipment

Bull Wheels


Electric Winches

Motor Control;

Traction Drive Equipment Sound Horn Truck: and Cradle: Flying Microphones

1948-49 Theatre Catalog, 7th Edition, Page 371