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    movie theater
  • A theater where movies are shown for public entertainment
  • cinema: a theater where films are shown
  • A movie theater, picture theater, film theater or cinema is a venue, usually a building, for viewing motion pictures ("movies" or "films").
  • The literal definition means "where they are shown."
    decor
  • Interior design is a multi-faceted profession in which creative and technical solutions are applied within a structure to achieve a built interior environment.
  • interior decoration: decoration consisting of the layout and furnishings of a livable interior
  • The furnishing and decoration of a room
  • The decoration and scenery of a stage
  • The style of decoration of a room, building

bardsglen0
bardsglen0
Then and now, 1925 and 2010. The former 1920s Bard's Glen theatre in Glendale, now the Palladio banquet hall. It was turned into a bowling alley in the 1950s, then eventually became Leonardo's restaurant and nightclub before becoming the Palladio. This was one of a small chain of Bard's theaters built in the 1920s, which included the Vista in Hollywood ("Bard's Hollywood"), the Academy in Pasadena ("Bard's Egyptian," since stripped and hollowed out to create a sixplex), the Rialto in South Pasadena, the Olympic in Downtown Los Angeles ("Bard's Eighth Street"), and a few others. It originally had Egyptian decor inside, like the Vista still does. I'm posting these because 1) This is one of the many buildings in Glendale that people pass every day without ever realizing that it has any history behind it, and 2) The sites dealing with local history or the history of movie theatres either assume this was demolished decades ago, or just tentatively list it as probably still standing, without any photographic evidence. So here's some photos to back it up, and to prove it still exists.
bardsglen4
bardsglen4
The former 1920s Bard's Glen theatre in Glendale, now the Palladio banquet hall. It was turned into a bowling alley in the 1950s, then eventually became Leonardo's restaurant and nightclub before becoming the Palladio. This was one of a small chain of Bard's theaters built in the 1920s, which included the Vista in Hollywood ("Bard's Hollywood"), the Academy in Pasadena ("Bard's Egyptian," since stripped and hollowed out to create a sixplex), the Rialto in South Pasadena, the Olympic in Downtown Los Angeles ("Bard's Eighth Street"), and a few others. It originally had Egyptian decor inside, like the Vista still does. I'm posting these because 1) This is one of the many buildings in Glendale that people pass every day without ever realizing that it has any history behind it, and 2) The sites dealing with local history or the history of movie theatres either assume this was demolished decades ago, or just tentatively list it as probably still standing, without any photographic evidence. So here's some photos to back it up, and to prove it still exists.

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