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  1. Atmospheric theatre - Wikipedia

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    Atmospheric theatres in the United States Designed by John Eberson. John Eberson was the most successful promoter and designer of the atmospheric style. The following seventeen of his atmospheric theatres in the United States are still in operation. 2015 the Loew's 46th Street Theatre, part of Loews Cineplex Entertainment, build 1927 by Universal Pictures, 2400 seats, Wurlitzer Theatre organ ...

  2. Category:Atmospheric theatres - Wikipedia

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    Pages in category "Atmospheric theatres" The following 33 pages are in this category, out of 33 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().

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  4. Talk:Atmospheric theatre - Wikipedia

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    "The Capitol Theatre is Canada's last functioning atmospheric theatre." cannot both be true. If quality of service is declining at the Lido, it must still be functioning. Bustter 03:06, 14 June 2009 (UTC) Paramount Theatre, Abilene, TX

  5. Category:Atmospheric theatres - Wikimedia Commons

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    Category:Atmospheric theatres. An atmospheric theatre is a (mostly historical) type of theatre / cinema where the roof over the seating areas (and often the remainder of the theatre) was designed to evoke a courtyard or open space beneath a night sky. The designs often incorporated oriental or other 'foreign' architectural motifs.

  6. Atmospheric theatre : wikipedia - reddit

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    An atmospheric theatre is a type of movie palace design which was popular in the late 1920s. Atmospheric theatres were designed and decorated to evoke the feeling of a particular time and place for patrons, through the use of projectors, architectural elements and ornamentation that evoked a sense of being outdoors.

  7. Tampa Theatre - Wikipedia

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    The Tampa Theatre is a historic U.S. theater and city landmark in Downtown Tampa, Florida. Designed as an atmospheric theatre style movie palace by architect John Eberson, it opened on October 15, 1926. The theatre features a wide range of independent, foreign, and documentary films.

  8. Movie palace - Wikipedia

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    The Uptown Theatre in Chicago. A movie palace (or picture palace in the United Kingdom) is any of the large, elaborately decorated movie theaters built between the 1910s and the 1940s. The late 1920s saw the peak of the movie palace, with hundreds opened every year between 1925 and 1930. With the advent of television, movie attendance dropped ...

  9. Atmospheric Movie Theaters - Cinema Treasures

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    Atmospheric Movie Theaters. Showing 1 - 30 of 121 open movie theaters. All Theaters (361) Open (121) Showing Movies (76) Closed (240) Demolished (146) Restoring (10) Renovating (10) ↑ Name. Location. Status. Screens. 7th Street Theatre. Hoquiam, WA, United States.

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