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1952 Theatre Catalog, page 0

...PAUL J. GREENHALCH, Publishing Director CLIFF FISCHENBERG, Cilitor Published by J A Y E M A N U E L PUBLICATIONS, INC. Publishing 033cm: 246-48 N. CLARION ST. PHILADELPHIA 7, PENNA., U.S.A. Other Ofices Eastern ...

1952 Theatre Catalog, Page 0
1952 Theatre Catalog, page 0

...Copyright 1952 by Jay Emanuel Publications, Inc., Philadelphia 7, Pa. U.S.A. All rights reserved. No portion of this book may be reprinted without permission of the publishers Printed in the USA. Price: $5 a copy (Foreign Shipments: $10 a copy)...

1952 Theatre Catalog, Page 0
1952 Theatre Catalog, page 0

...'Elll'llllillh F0lillW01 Faced with unprecedented operating expenses, containing competition from home television. greater inroads on the publicis boxoflice, dollar by taxes and high living costs, government-impOsed restrictions on new construction ...

1952 Theatre Catalog, Page 0
1952 Theatre Catalog, page 0

...TABLE 0 CIIN'IEN'IS Editorial Surveys FRONTISPIECE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EDITORIAL FOREWORD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. AUTHORS AND CONTRIBUTORS . . ...

1952 Theatre Catalog, Page 0
1952 Theatre Catalog, page 0

...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...

1952 Theatre Catalog, Page 0
1952 Theatre Catalog, page 0

...Authors and Contributors -, A ADAMS, JOHN M., JR. 210 Rigidized Metals Corporation. Bafalo, N. Y. ACRY, WALLACE 1-16 Vice Prpsidvnt. Drive-In Theatre Munulacturing Company. Kansas City. Mo. ARMSTRONG,ROBERTH.... . . . . 19 The Appraisal Journal, ...

1952 Theatre Catalog, Page 0
1952 Theatre Catalog, page 0

...S SCHL'YI.I:R.A. C. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121 .Munupvl. National Thealre Supply, Des Moines, la. SEIDMAN. BERNARD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . .74, 75, 94, 95, 96 Paramounl Decorating Campany,...

1952 Theatre Catalog, Page 0
1952 Theatre Catalog, page 0

...MODERN THEATRE EQUIPMENT CO. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 301 MONARCH THEATRE SUPPLY, INC. . . . . . . . . , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 300 MOSAIC TILE CO., THE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...

1952 Theatre Catalog, Page 0
1952 Theatre Catalog, page 0

...Allurrent liuide tn . .. Illll/llllllllllli The kickoff of any modernization program should be a careful examination; of the communityis building codes. These outline the legal requirements for aisles, ample exits, steppings, passage illumination and ...

1952 Theatre Catalog, Page 0
1952 Theatre Catalog, page 0

...mortar or soluble matter such as calcium, magnesium sulfates and salts contained in brick and mortar. Contact with dry air or the suns heat evaporates the moisture, leaving a deposit of these crystallized minerals on the surface of the Wall. Giving an ...

1952 Theatre Catalog, Page 0
1952 Theatre Catalog, page 0

...These units are shingles made of wood, asphalt, composition materials, asbestos cement, slate or tile. Wooden shingles generally are fashioned from red cedar or cypress. Creosote oil staining is used to add to the shingles durabiilty and to enhance its ...

1952 Theatre Catalog, Page 0
1952 Theatre Catalog, page 0

...with nails to wooden structural members. A highly satisfactory watershed is formed by lapping the corrugations lengthwise over the ends of succeeding units. As the zinc coating is not always uniformly thick, and it is sometimes difficult to protect the ...

1952 Theatre Catalog, Page 0
1952 Theatre Catalog, page 0

...readability of the message the letters convey, certain requirements must be satisfied. There are two types of changeable letters in general use. One is the glass letter mounted on sheet metal which permits the light to shine through the letter itself. The...

1952 Theatre Catalog, Page 0
1952 Theatre Catalog, page 0

...// P05 75/? FR AM53.\ H z I s ; s -. u '. ti ' 'n. .o' \ \ \\ / psi/arc next/144:5 \ FIGURE 4 FIG. 4-H the theatre entrance is more than 25' wide, the boxoih'ce can be planted island type in the center oi the opening and it can be flanked by ...

1952 Theatre Catalog, Page 0
1952 Theatre Catalog, page 0

...SECT lA-A' L - - VII/IIIIIIIIIIII/A'II/IIA OVERALL H #4 DISPLAY I 5 yz" PU'I WOOD Iii/krillxx/Ililllllz t1 . FLUORESCENT T065 Fl N. WALL FACE FIGURE 6 3 r-*-T **n*****-*** ' i 8" Recess FOR LIGHTING REFLECTOPS l I I I l I l I l ' I ...

1952 Theatre Catalog, Page 0
1952 Theatre Catalog, page 0

...The glass above. the counter, for about 12 inches, should be etched in a design that will obliterate from public view the money on the counter. The lady patrons will especially appreciate a small shelf or handbag rest about 14 inches below the change ...

1952 Theatre Catalog, Page 0
1952 Theatre Catalog, page 0

...A880"! NlVanOd QNNNMG STAiRS TO MEZZ [III E; z - $3 .M :3 @l :2 o .er H.0LDOUT AREA WITH REMOVABLE .1 . ( POSTS AND ROPES A i a r; I. l o z / \ l g H GBSSSUdSG 318W I admin 303 "9/; FIGURE 8 El H PLATE ...

1952 Theatre Catalog, Page 0
1952 Theatre Catalog, page 0

...imagination in form and color by the use of unique ideas in lighting which can be carried out with cold-cathode tubing and slimline lamps. Ceiling lighting can be accomplished with coves and con"cealed fixtures. A point to consider in concealed lighting is...

1952 Theatre Catalog, Page 0
1952 Theatre Catalog, page 0

...walls, with the glazed type recommended for walls and the unglazed for floors. Usually because of limited budgets, wall tile is often installed only to the height of wainscoting or toilet stalls. As the cost of maintaining plaster surfaces is in the long ...

1952 Theatre Catalog, Page 0
1952 Theatre Catalog, page 0

...Many theatremen now insist on spaces not less than 34 or 36 inches between rows, despite the fact that such spacing may result in the loss of as many as 100 seats. Weighing comfort against capacity is a matter of economics which the individual theatreman ...

1952 Theatre Catalog, Page 0
1952 Theatre Catalog, page 0

...-O'-7ll CARPET and PADDING FIG. ll-(Lelt) is a typical orchestra floor seating layout, showing steppings "1 the rear rows. (Not drawn to scale: figured elevations are not necesBFUIY typical.) All seat rows should be laid out on the arcs of concentric...

1952 Theatre Catalog, Page 0
1952 Theatre Catalog, page 0

...codes is 14, and seven between a wall and aisle. This number varies, howeVer, and some codes allow only 10 seats between aisles. Some regulations specify the maximum number of seats necessary to pass to reach an aisle, and in one case where this number was...

1952 Theatre Catalog, Page 0
1952 Theatre Catalog, page 0

...and are available at extra costs with other makes. Latex rubber upholstering for both seats and backs is available in addition to the other types mentioned above, but it is quite expensive. Seat standards are available in varying lengths to coincide with...

1952 Theatre Catalog, Page 0
1952 Theatre Catalog, page 0

...decorative mouldings, lighted covers, domes and panels on ceilings. But, while these elaborate designs are impressive in plans and photographs, they are rarely discernible to an audience, and represent an expenditure which will bring few or no returns. . ...

1952 Theatre Catalog, Page 0
1952 Theatre Catalog, page 0

...FIGURE 19 FIG. lS-An adequate dropped ceiling is obtained through hangers securely attached to the root members by means of special clamps and stove bolts. and to the runners by bolts through contrasting punched holes. Special ...

1952 Theatre Catalog, Page 0
1952 Theatre Catalog, page 0

...It is a good plan to use more than one run of stairs in the main stairway, with horizontal passages connecting the different runs relieving the total ascent. Moreover, patrons do not resent climbing distances to reach seats if ramps are installed wherever ...

1952 Theatre Catalog, Page 0
1952 Theatre Catalog, page 0

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1952 Theatre Catalog, Page 0
1952 Theatre Catalog, page 0

...ROCKWOOL PLATE GLASg (N HINGED S'AS'H OPTICAL GLASS (N QASH NAIR SPACE v i III-$9.94 l-l-QA v A94gv vs ADJUSTABLE T0 PROJECTION ANGLE. AUDITORIUM EN DE m-) ,\m m ' 'I'l'Ild qu:\\\* FIG. 23-The observation port (lelt) should be closed with a ...

1952 Theatre Catalog, Page 0
1952 Theatre Catalog, page 0

...Plastering or finishing the walls and ceiling of the stage is neither necessary nor desirable, since they are obstructed from the view of the audience by the stage set, but there should be some provision in the construction of the stage ceiling for the ...

1952 Theatre Catalog, Page 0
1952 Theatre Catalog, page 0

...THE HEATING PLANT ' Radiators Radiators are unsightly and often inefficient. If air conditioning with indirect heating coils is to be installed, old cast iron radiators along the side walls of the auditorium may be eliminated. Where outmoded radiation is...

1952 Theatre Catalog, Page 0
1952 Theatre Catalog, page 0

...ROOF 73 110 20,9 M395 4 WW5 SERVICE 6004 J-Joqaaac M. r/lgl '3" c, 7', I m .2SMIU CA5? PROJ. ROOM [El/EA WJ? 80X 480W:MARQUEE 154w: I4?" 74/15 FOR Spur/1V6 ORG/ES 7/94 F1009 KN v I N V BASEMENT t DIST stTl N EIIEEGIW(I Jiflia ...

1952 Theatre Catalog, Page 0
1952 Theatre Catalog, page 0

...A saving generally can be effected by disconnecting the large motors in the air conditioning system during the months when cooling is not needed. Dimmers Should it be necessary to install a new wiring system in the auditorium, it is wise to install also ...

1952 Theatre Catalog, Page 0
1952 Theatre Catalog, page 0

...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 ...

1952 Theatre Catalog, Page 0
1952 Theatre Catalog, page 0

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1952 Theatre Catalog, Page 0
1952 Theatre Catalog, page 1

...DESIGN l952...

1952 Theatre Catalog, Page 1