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Alabama Theatre / Alabama Theater / Birmingham

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Alabama Theatre (Alabama Theater) / Birmingham - Early 1980s, Pentax lx, Sigma 16mm lens, tripod, 1 sec@f:4 on Kodak 5018 EKTACHROME 64T Professional (Tungsten) EPY - Polaroid / MicroTek SprintScan 120 slide scanner - Mirrored in PS CS3.
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The Alabama Theatre in Birmingham, Alabama, is a movie palace built in 1927 by the Paramount-Publix Corporation. Seating about 2500 people at the time, it was one of the larger movie theatres built in Birmingham and is the only one remaining of its size from that era. It was the first public building in Alabama to have air conditioning (Whitmire & Hanks 2002). Originally constructed to show silent films, the Alabama features a Wurlitzer theatre organ. In 1979, the Alabama was placed on the National Register of Historic Places. Today the Alabama Theatre is operated by Birmingham Landmarks, Inc., a non-profit corporation. The Alabama Theatre hosts numerous live shows and classic movie showings throughout the year.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alabama_Theatre

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  1. nahkahousu 115 months ago | reply

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    Excellent lights and colors

  2. Mohtaj 115 months ago | reply

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  3. impossible railway [deleted] 115 months ago | reply

    Great stuff, I like it! Have a great weekend!

  4. <mt> 115 months ago | reply

    خیلی فوق العادست
    واید بودنش واقعا جالب کرده عکسو

  5. +ThanatoS+ 115 months ago | reply


    This art piece is recognized as a very beautiful work!!!

  6. Monika Kociolek 115 months ago | reply

    Wow! fantastic !

  7. Golda Meir GS 115 months ago | reply

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  8. *Cak Noor* 115 months ago | reply

    Vi sua foto no Grupo Mouseion
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  9. LauraK__ 104 months ago | reply

    what type of lense were you using in this shot?

  10. laughable slope [deleted] 98 months ago | reply

    We would like to use this photo for a column titled, "Our Alabama" in Alabama Magazine. Please contact me at reed@alabama-magazine.com

  11. Travel Nursing Resource 96 months ago | reply

    Beautiful photo! I have included it on my website. Thanks!

  12. Mariam Khanji 89 months ago | reply

    Can I use this as FB fan page profile picture?

  13. Lucifuge Rofocal 85 months ago | reply

    Plush,but, is exactly what one would think a Grand Theatre looked like....!

  14. tik_tok 72 months ago | reply

    Thanks for licensing this as Creative Commons. I've used it to illustrate my web page (with credit of course).

  15. deanmoran 66 months ago | reply

    This is a great photo, love it! Do you mind if I use it as the cover of my textbook "Entertainment Industry for Schools"?

  16. emilyibuki 42 months ago | reply

    Hello! Love your this pic and would love to get in contact with you about getting them some more exposure to go viral! Email me back at emily_licensing@yahoo.co.jp  Thanks!

  17. DouglasTaurel 39 months ago | reply

    Inspiring shot! Noting more beautiful than a beautiful theatre.

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