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1952 Theatre Catalog, 10th Edition, Page 5 (v)

1952 Theatre Catalog, 10th Edition
1952 Theatre Catalog
1952 Theatre Catalog, 10th Edition, Page 5
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1952 Theatre Catalog, 10th Edition, Page 5

Construction and Materials

REMODELING WITH UNRESTRICTED MATERIALS Michael J. DeAngelis 126

Theatre Modernization Projects NeediNot Br IIaIIetI If Supplies of Steel. Copper, and Aluminum Are Cut

GLASS-VERSATILE AND UNRESTRICTED MATERIAL... I30

Always in Abundant Supply. and with its Many Uses. Class Can Play a Big Role irt Theatre Modernization

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

A Durable. Laminated Plastic of Rich Appearance. It (Jan Be Used to Advantage Throughout the House

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

Resemhling Real Stone. This Molded Concrete' Veneer Has a Variety of Indoor and Outdoor Applications

Drive-In Theatres

INDOOR DRIVE-INaAN IDEA FOR THE FUTURE W'allace Agey 146

Part of a Community Shopping and Recreation Center, This Unique Shooplace Could Fulfill a Definite Need

BUILDING DRIVE-INS DURING METAL SHORTACES A] Boudouris 150

Limits on the Availability of Steel and Copper Need Not Rule Out Outdoor Theatre Construction

POSSIBILITIES OF A SCREEN TOWER ENTRANCE . . . . . . .. 153

Unique Plan of the Joy Drivedn Has Much Value and Suggests Some New Features in Future Design

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

Rankin;y with the Nationls Top Outdoor Theatres. The Cratiot Drive-In Proves It Knous the Answer

DRIVE-IN THEATRES OF THE 1952 SEASON . . . . . . . . . . . . , .. 161

A Broakdtmn by Territories and States of Their Locations. Capacities. and Ownerships

ALUMINUM IN DRIVE-IN CONSTRUCTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 193

Resistance to \Veather and Low Maintenance (lost Make this Versatile Metal Ideal for Outdoor Use

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

Special Alternoon Shows Can Bring Extra Dollars and Make, the Outdoor Theatre a Cultural Center

BOOK TWO: EQUIPMENT

Front and Lobby.

RICIDIZED METAL FOR DECORATION AND UTILITY.... 210

Strength. Attractive-less. and Resistance In \Vcar Are Some. Features III This Adaptable Neu Product

Interior and Auditorium

MODERN RESTROOM REC!)MMENDATIONS

{Ilttrjorie Flood 222

(loiul'ort. Sanilatinn. and Ilcaulv Count Iloavil) in tho I'roIilaltle Operation of Am Showplace

TIIE 'I'RACRLESS BANDCAR IN MODERN STAGING C, If. Tompkins 236

1.5? DI the Motor-Powered Ilamlcar on the Stage, Lends an Illlpressirel} IIramulic Touch in Shims

REMODELINC WITH ACCENT ON THE FOCAL POINT john L. Irwin 228

A Small Town Nebraska Exhibitor Tells- How He Mode-ruined llis Houst- nitlr a New Sen-en Front

1952 THEATRE CATALOG

Projection and Sound

COMMON CAUSES OF DAMAGE TO 35MM. PRINTS Eastman Kodak Co. 254

Reronnltended Procedures for Reducing Film Damage and Prolonging the Useful Life of Release Prints

New Products. Supplies. and Supply Dealers

NEW INTRODUCTIONS DURING 1951 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 286

Some Thumbnail Descriptions of Selected Products With Interesting Possibilities

SUPPLY DEALERS OF THE UNITED STATES . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 292

Comprehensive Listings of Names. Addresses. Personnel, Products and the Areas Served

SUPPLY DEALERS OF THE DOMINION OF CANADA , . . . .. 302

Comprehensive Listing of Names, Addresses. Personnel. Products. and the Areas Served

SUPPLY DEALERS OF THE REST OF THE WORLD . , . . . . .. 303

Comprehensive Listing of Names, Addresses. Personnel. Products. and the Areas Served

BOOK THREE:

MANAGEMENT

Methods. Practices. and Maintenance

STAFF SUPERVISION THROUGH A CHECK-UP SERVICE Harold L. Groves 322

A Program In Eliminale Those Three PrniitAKillers. Dishonesty. IneIIicienc}. and Slipshod Management

SPECIAL COPY FOR DRIVEle TRAILERS . , . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 326

Trailers Are an Ell'ective Means of Advertising and of Value in Promoting EIIu-ient Operation

Extra Profits

THEATRE CONFECTION VENDING IN 1032 I. J. Filzgib/mns. Jr. 336

A Complete Analysis of All Facets of \V'arehousing. Display. Management. Merchandising. and Mainlenanre

Television

THEATRE TELEVISION PROCRESS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 358

Over 300 Individual Theatre Presenlalimui. and 75 TVEquipped Theatres. Arc Proving Its Economic Merit

A DUAL. DIRECT-PROJECTION THEATRE TV SYSTEM. . .. 36!

Trad Equipment Features Simplicity of Operation. Cood Perl'ormaure. and an Impressiver Low Price

PARAMOUN'PS EINTERFILME 'IIIIENIIRE TV SYSTEH. . .. 3611:

It Makes Use of the Standard SIG-um. Projector And Permits Film IlecordoI Program

THEATRE TV AS A ROXOFFICE A'I'TRACTION . . . . . . . . . . .. 368

The Future (Jan Re Bright Ior I':\Ili'silors \Vho Ilse LargeSrret-n video as an Adjunct to Film Shows

Indexes

COMPLE'I'E SUBJECT INDEX TO 1932 EDITION . . . . . . . . . .. 370

The Entire Editorial Material Is Indexed and (iroSs-Intlcxed for Easy Reference Uso

CUMULATIVE INDEX TO ALL PREVIOUS EDITIONS. . 373

Topical References to All Articles Pithlishcd in Prior Volumes

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1952 Theatre Catalog, 10th Edition, Page 5