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February 10, 2004

Movie Palaces of the past

Peter_jackson Samuel M. Rubin, the creator of the decades-long tradition of popcorn at the movies has died at the age of 85. So, here is a small tribute to the Movie Palaces of the past –

Movie Palaces in Milwaukee, in the state of Michigan, in the UK, (where they are called “Picture Palaces” there), and in Los Angeles

From: Bijou Dream - The neighborhood movie house from the early storefronts to the great palaces. See there the collection about Theatre Organs

And a Virtual Tour of the Castro Theater in San Francisco, the church of Camp.

More Cinema Links for you:

"There's nothing wrong with going nowhere, son. It's the privilege of youth." And "Crush That Fly!": A Compendium of Eclectic Movie Quotes. (From Offbeat Cinema)

Bad Taste is the first full feature film that Peter Jackson directed

The Separate Cinema Archive, dedicated to Black Film History

The Silent Vamps. (From "Photo Galleries of Silent Movie Stars")

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