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1952 Theatre Catalog, 10th Edition, Page 90 (56)

1952 Theatre Catalog, 10th Edition
1952 Theatre Catalog
1952 Theatre Catalog, 10th Edition, Page 90
Page 90


1952 Theatre Catalog, 10th Edition, Page 90

lEE Fort Lee, N. J.

Part of a 14-store shopping center, the Lee has a facade wall of California stucco tinted light buff and reinforced with aluminum separators, which reduce the risk of cracking and enhance the appearance. Stainless steel has been used liberally in the entrance area. The conventional marquee has been supplanted

by a double-faced attraction board and small canopy built over the boxofhce. Walls of the lobby are mahogany Weldwood, the ceiling is off-white acoustical plaster, and the lioor is carpeted with red-on-tan, leaf patterned broadloom. Structural columns are faced with stainless steel and support an "arch" consisting of a perforated aluminum ittray." A concession stand is located opposite the vestibule and between the balcony stairs and auditorium doors, and has a canopy

FRONT AND LOBBY al the Lee are boll! uncluttered and of basically simple design. Stainless steel has been used as an elleclive decorative medium, and mahogany Weldwood enhances lhe lobby walls.





matching the walls, with lighting from within the canopy.

The main side walls of the auditorium are divided into non-parallel panels, and converge into two splayed wings that comprise the screen area. Downlights furnish illumination for both show periods and intermissions. The 800 seats in the orchestra are arranged in a threebank, five-aisle plan, spaced 36 inches from back to back, and staggered in the center bank.

FLOOR PLAN 01 llle Lee shows how the various units 0! {he lhealre are carelully inlegraled.

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THEATRE CATALOG 1952
1952 Theatre Catalog, 10th Edition, Page 90