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Michael Todd located next door to the Cinestage (the former Selwyn Theatre) on Dearborn Street, the Michael Todd Theatre was the second Todd-AO 70mm roadshow theater, and was originally known as the Harris Theatre

Michael Todd located next door to the Cinestage (the former Selwyn Theatre) on Dearborn Street, the Michael Todd Theatre was the second Todd-AO 70mm roadshow theater, and was originally known as the Harris Theatre

1964. Shangri-La Theatre. This was located at 222 N. State St. In it’s last days, it was a Porn Theater, and then was demolished (along with the whole block) in 1981. Now Renaissance Hotel sits there.

1964. Shangri-La Theatre. This was located at 222 N. State St. In it’s last days, it was a Porn Theater, and then was demolished (along with the whole block) in 1981. Now Renaissance Hotel sits there.

The Illinois Theatre in Macomb, IL.  The building still exists, but it is no longer a movie theatre.  At one time it had a Manley Aristocrat popcorn machine in its concession stand.

The Illinois Theatre in Macomb, IL. The building still exists, but it is no longer a movie theatre. At one time it had a Manley Aristocrat popcorn machine in its concession stand.

Alex Theater - Madison & Hamlin (Chicago's West Side) 3828 W. Madison Street, Chicago.  demolished.

Alex Theater - Madison & Hamlin (Chicago's West Side) 3828 W. Madison Street, Chicago. demolished.

Shot of Mickey’s Miracle Bar, which stood at 1114 W Argyle, c.1956. This is a police photo, taken just after a shooting. Notice who’s headlining…Ossie Osborne (and his trio)!

Shot of Mickey’s Miracle Bar, which stood at 1114 W Argyle, c.1956. This is a police photo, taken just after a shooting. Notice who’s headlining…Ossie Osborne (and his trio)!

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