Highland Park Village Shopping Center
Photo taken circa 1950
Any teenager living in Dallas in the 70s and early 80s probably visited the Village Theatre at one time or another (or every weekend) since it was home to The Rocky Horror Picture Show midnight movie for years. People (many dressed in costume) would line around the corner an hour or two before the feature and hang out with kids from other schools until the doors opened and people flooded into the huge theater in time for a live show before the movie.
I also remember seeing "Tommy," "Pink Floyd's The Wall," and many other cult classics at this beautiful theater in the late 70s and early 80s.
The large auditorium was later divided into multiple theaters (maybe in the mid 80s), and by the end of the decade, the midnight movies were sadly discontinued.
A few years later, the theater closed altogether, and it sat empty for
awhile. It has reopened and closed a few times since and is now
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