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1948-49 Theatre Catalog, 7th Edition, Page 66 (55)

1948-49 Theatre Catalog, 7th Edition
1948-49 Theatre Catalog
1948-49 Theatre Catalog, 7th Edition, Page 66
Page 66

1948-49 Theatre Catalog, 7th Edition, Page 66

THE EFFECTIVENESS of the large, figured Varlar paper and central stepped light ieature in the ceiling of the lobby are noteworthy. Below. the foyer. looking toward the cry room. The popcorn machine is judiciously placed.

from a dismantled, old theatre, the new equipment purchased, including 150 additional seats, reupholstering the 01d seats, carpets for the foyer and aisles, stage curtains, curtain control, cry room

Speaker equipment, new projection lenses, and draperies cost only $5600.00. Purchased new, their cost would have been $20,000.00.

Seat spacing is 36 inches back-to-back and all seats are upholstered in gold to match the rich stage curtain and exit draperies by Metropolitan Scenic Studios of Omaha, Nebraska.

Among the equipment used are Wen< zel projectors, Ballantyne Royal SoundMaster sound, Ballantyne Lightmaster projection lamps, Ballantyne Lightniaster rectifiers, GoldE rewinders, Super Snaplite lenses, Strong-Zipper changeovers, and Alexander Smith-Crestwood carpets. Also General chairs, Neumade film cabinets and a Vocalite screen.


A. IUDICIOUS USE OF NEON TRIM in the name sign and on the canopy highlights the front. Below the position of the two cry rooms. behind the side seating banks, provides very accessible choice locations. To the left oi the booth port holes can be noted the large. view window in the owner's office which gives him constant surveillance and even quick communication with his seated audience; and, particularly in small communities, such attentions must be appreciated. Bottom. the proud owners.
1948-49 Theatre Catalog, 7th Edition, Page 66