At the abandoned cinema
From an abandoned cinema in Berlin. Last movie: Free Willy 2... if you look closely. On tour with Andre Govia, Rusty Photography, Martin Widlund and Ill-Padrino My blog ||twitter || youtube || vimeo If you are inspired to do urban exploration after seeing my pictures, do so at your own risk. It can be dangerous and illegal and I'm not responsible for your decisions and actions. Don't steal things, break in or vandalize places.
Loew’s Paradise Theatre, Bronx, NY – 1930
Loew’s Paradise Theatre, Bronx, New York – December 6, 1930. On the bill -- Norma Talmadge in “Du Barry, Woman of Passion” and on stage Barto and Mann in “Mexicana” and A Capitol Revue with Bert Frohman. Photo by George Mann of the comedy dance team, Barto and Mann.
Wall 35mm cine camera, c 1948., NMPFT Photo Studio
Wall 35mm cine camera, c 1948. by NMPFT Photo Studio. Museum quality art prints with a selection of frame and size options, canvases, postcards and mugs. SSPL Science and Society Picture Library
Paramount Theatre, NY – 1935
Paramount Theatre, New York – 1935. On the bill -- Charles Laughton, Charles Ruggles, Roland Young, Mary Boland, Zazu Pitts, and Leila Hyams in "Ruggles of Red Gap." Photo by George Mann of the comedy dance team, Barto and Mann.
Portrait of Mohan Lal with His Camera | India (Udaipur, Mewar, Rajasthan) | The Met
Originally commissioned by the Maharaja of Udaipur/Mewar then remained in the hereditary collection of the Maharaja of Udaipur/Mewar until the Udaipur City Palace Museum was opened to the public.
Times Square of Yesteryear – Part 2
In Part 2 still more theatres that made Times Square a mecca for moviegoers. The New York aka Globe Theater and the Big Apple As the Times Square district deteriorated, the theaters began to reflect the times. By the time the New York/Globe was renamed The Big Apple the theater was reduced to a porn house.…
ROXY THEATRE “The Cathedral of the Motion Picture”
Social History: ROXY THEATRE The Cathedral of the Motion Picture If a picture is worth a thousand words, then one look at photos of this palatial movie