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1952 Theatre Catalog, 10th Edition, Page 33 (xxxiii)

1952 Theatre Catalog, 10th Edition
1952 Theatre Catalog
1952 Theatre Catalog, 10th Edition, Page 33
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1952 Theatre Catalog, 10th Edition, Page 33

WORLD THEATRES CONTINUE TO IMPROVE. .. . . . . 2

With Brazil': Building Boom Setting a Feet Pace. Progreu Cool on Abroad De:pite Val-ion: Setback!

NEW INFLUENCES AFFECTING THEATRE APPRAISAL Morton G. Tholhimer 19

A Survey of the Problems Confronting the Appraiser in the Market Valuation of Motion Picture Theatres

A NEW THEATRE IN A REGIONAL SHOPPING CENTER Morris Ketchum, Jr. 24

The Cinema at Framinghom'e Mammoth Shopper': World Take: Advantage: of the Shift to Suburban Retailing

1951-52 REVIEW OF NEW THEATRE CONSTRUCTION. . . .. . 32

The Yeer': Outstanding Development: in the Building and Remodeling of Theatre: Are Surveyed Pictorially

RIDGEWAY CENTER. Stamford. Conn. n... ......... .. 33 TERRACE. Rohimdale. Minn. ..................... .... 36 TENNESSEE. Nashville. Tenn. ....................... .. 39 ALLEN. Takoma Park. Md. .......................... .. 42 FOXJBAY, White Fieh Buy. Wiee. ............ ......... 44 SAVANNAH. Savannah. Ga. ............ ... .......... .. 46 NUGGET. Hanover. N. H. .... ........ ............... .. 48 CLYDE. Fort Wayne. 1nd. ........................... .. $0 BARBER. Oklahoma City. Okla. . . - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 53 LEE, Fort Lee. N. J. ......................... ... .... .. 56 MOHAWK, Wayneahurg. Ohio ....................... .. 53 CENTER. Omaha, Nebr. ............................. .. 60 NORTHGATE. Seattle. Wash. ............ ... ......... .. 62 NORMANDIE, New York. N. Y. ....... ... .......... .. 65 IAX. JR.. Littleton. N. H. ........................ ..... 63 HY ART. Lovell, Wyo. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 70 PLAZA, Memphis. Tenn. ....................... .. 12 PLAYIIOUSE, Baltimore, Md. ....................... .. 74 CROSSTOWN. Memphis, Tenn. ....................... .. '16 SUNSET. Wichita. Kane. ...... ..... ... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 78 GATEWAY. Fort Lauderdele. Fla. ................... .. 80 FINE ARTS. New York. N. Y. ....................... .. 02 ONTARIO. Waehington. D. C. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 84 PLAZA. Lexington Park. Md. ........................ .. 86 CREST, Superior. Nebr. ....................... ... .... .. 88 LITTLE CARNEGIE. New York. N. Y. ............... .. 91 LANGLEY. Langley Park. Md. ....................... .. 94 PAYRET, Havana. Cuba ............................. .. 91 LYRIC. Johannerburg, South Africa . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 100 SKAGIT D. I.. Mount Vernon. Waeh. ........... "...... 103 U.S. 23 D. 1.. Flint. Mich. ........... ... ............. .. 104 EVERETT MOTOR D. 1.. Everett. Wash. ............ .. 106 MEADOW LARK D. 1.. Wichita. Kane. . . . . . . . . . . . . .... 108 CONRAD I). I.. Raymondville. Tex. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 110 ROUND HILL D. 1., Springfield. Mall. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 112

THE NEW PALADS IN AARHUS, DENMARK. . . .Holger Pind 113

Slf'lnseut Covornment Control: Are No Obstacle: to the Luxury and Comfort of thi: Neighborhood Theatre

LOW OVERHEAD SRUNR THEATRES IN TRAFFIC AREAS 117

Two Small House: Adopt a Long Fint Run Policy. and Give Birth to a Novel Concept in Exhibition

A NEW SMALL TOWN THEATRE THAT CLICKED A. C. Schuyler 121

Three Imaginative People Accept a Challenge. and Bring New Life to a Rural low: Community



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Design and Construction



Construction and Materials

REMODELING WITH UNRESTRICTED MATERIALS Michael J. DeAngelis 126

Theatre Modernintion Project: Need Not Be Halted If Snpplie: of Steel. Copper. and Aluminum Are Cut

GLASS-VERSATILE AND UNRESTRICTED MATERIAL... 130

Always in Abundant Supply. and with it. Many Una. Glue Can Play a Big Role in Theatre Modernization

THEATRICAL APPLICATIONS OF FORMICA . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 135

A Durable. Laminated Plastic of Rich Appearance. It Can Be Ueed to Advantage Throughout the Home

PERMA-STONE FOR DRAMATIC REMODELING J. E. Bateson 138

Reumhling Real Stone, Thin Molded Concrete Veneer Ha: a Variety of Indoor and Outdoor Application

Drive-In Theatres

INDOOR DRIVE-IN-AN IDEA FOR THE FUTURE Wallace Agey 146

Part of a Community Shopping and Recreation Center. Thi: Unique Showplace Could Fulfill a DeSnite Need

BUILDING DRIVEINS DURING METAL SHORTAGES Al Boudourie 150

Limit: on the Availability of Steel and Copper Need Not Rule Ont Outdoor Theatre Con-trustion

POSSIBILITIES OF A SCREEN TOWER ENTRANCE. . . . . . . . 153 Unique Plan of the Joy Drive-In He: Much Value and Suggelt: Some New Feature: in Future Delign

WHAT MAKES A DRIVE-IN SUCCESSFUL?. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 156

Ranking with the Nation': Top Outdoor Theatre:. The Gratiot Drive-In Proves It Knows the Answer

DRIVE-1N THEATRES OF THE 1952 SEASON . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 161

A Breakdown by Territorie: and State: of Their Location, Capacitiee, and 0wuerehipe

ALUMINUM IN DRIVE-IN CONSTRUCTION. . . . . . . . . . .

Relietanee to Weather and Low Maintenance Cert Make this Versatile Metal Ideal for Outdoor Uee

DRIVE-IN CONCERTS FOR PRESTIGE AND PROFIT . . . . .. 200

Special Afternoon Show: Can Bring Extra Dollars and Make the Outdoor Theatre a Cultural Center

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GENERAL ELECTRIC Co. (ELECTRONICS DEPT.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 207 K

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