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Awakenings: The 5¢ Theatre Ticket  | This Day in History: June 19, 1905 | Today's focus is on the Nickelodeon, named after the U.S. five-cent coin, and the ancient Greek word odeion, a roofed-over theater (not to be confused with the Jukebox). Earlier, "Peep show" machines (Kinetoscopes) had been the motion picture devices.  On June 19, 1905, some 450 people attend the opening day of the world’s first nickelodeon, located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and developed by the showman Harry…

Front of Comique movie theatre Photographer: William James ca. 1910 City of Toronto Archives

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Amanda: But Tom you go to the movie entirely too much! Tom: I like a lot of Tom's false reality is the movies it's were he goes to escape. He later explains his envy, to Jim, of the actors in the movies.


The extravagence of life in the Roaring Twenties is neatly pastiched by Fitzgerald, bearing resemblence to our own contemporary decadence.

Fox Theatre (Detroit, MI)

Sesame Street Live brings first autism friendly show to Detroit's Fox Theatre

Fox Theatre (Detroit, MI) Love the vintage look, saw my favorite band in concert here!

Another old theatre in downtown Gadsden--The Pitman


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The Los Angeles Theatre ... there were lots of grand old theatres on Broadway

Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument No. The movie palace, designed by S. Charles Lee, opened on Broadway in downtown L. on January with the premiere of Charlie Chaplin's City Lights.

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1919 the all-white Original Dixieland Jazz Band playing at the newly-opened Hammersmith Palais de Danse. Admission cost a shilling