State Theater, Woodland, CA

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    The 999-seat State Theater was built in 1936 by Redwood Theatres and Fox West Coast Theatres, to replace a theatre that was destroyed by fire. In 1977, two additional screens were built adjacent to the original theater. Seating in the main original auditorium is on a stadium plan, with a raised section at the rear (no overhanging balcony). The State Theater was closed on September 6, 2010. After a remodel by new operators Cinema West, it was reopened as a 10-screen theatre on June 28, 2017. Information from: Lost Memories, Cinema Treasures. Woodland, CA. June 1, 2018
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    1. allentimothy1947 8 months ago | reply

      charlottes flowers Flickr is good and right now it is free. I subscribe to Smugmug's Pro for business. It costs me $150 per year but it handles all transactions including printing. I've not yet had a print sale so I can't comment on how well that works. I do know from others who use this it does well. Smugmug also offers various gallery styles that can be extensively customized. Overall, I think both are good, but Smugmug Pro is more designed for business. Now that Smugmug owns Flickr I'm not sure as to the future for Flickr.
      I hope this helps. If you need more information, let me know.

    2. charlottes flowers 8 months ago | reply

      thanks - I guess we'll see as time goes on.

    3. allentimothy1947 8 months ago | reply

      charlottes flowers You're welcome and yes on the patience.

    4. Fantasyfan. 7 months ago | reply

      Great design

    5. skipmoore 7 months ago | reply

      Great shot and exposure, Tim.

    6. SheilaMink 7 months ago | reply

      A verrry pretty scene! I hope that you are having a nice week!

    7. allentimothy1947 7 months ago | reply

      Sheila Mink Sheila, thank you and to you as well.

    8. lortopalt 7 months ago | reply

      Great shot.

    9. lourdesa_ 7 months ago | reply

      Great photographic quality ______-Congrats

    10. allentimothy1947 7 months ago | reply

      Stefan Bergstrom Stefan, thank you. I must say it was a beautiful addition to my series on theater marquees. Here is a link to may Theater Marquee gallery in my Smugmug site. I hope that you enjoy it.

    11. allentimothy1947 7 months ago | reply

      lurdes_ Lurdes, thank you for taking the time to comment. As I mentioned to Stefan above the image of the theater marquee continues my series. You're welcome to click on the site in my reply to him or use this link which will give a you a slide show of the images.
      Have a great day.

    12. lourdesa_ 7 months ago | reply

      Timothy S. Allen
      I appreciate your explanation.- From Catalonia Regards my friend ________-

    13. llabe 7 months ago | reply

      Impressive gallery!

    14. Rob Patzke 6 months ago | reply

      Beautiful Art Deco image............CONGRATS!

    15. allentimothy1947 6 months ago | reply

      Rob Patzke Rob thank you. I seem to have a thing about photographing these older theaters.

    16. Bernergieu 5 months ago | reply

      Excellent night shot!
      Seeing this Art Deco building first I thought it's in Miami.

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