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Lewis & Clark Theatre
Tukwila, WA
Photo courtesy John Spencer

Welcome to the Lewis & Clark Theatre in Tukwila, WA. Unfortunately, this theatre no longer shows movies as of early 2004. Yet another neon sign goes dim.

 

UPDATE 01/04 : On a sad day for movie fans in Seattle, the Lewis & Clark Theatre in Tukwila closed on Thursday 01/08/04, after being in operation continuously since 1956. Many thanks to Matt Lutthans for info. 01-04

 

 

Paramount Theatre
Vancouver, B.C.
Photo by RoadsidePeek.com

Here's the Paramount Theatre in downtown Vancouver B.C. This theater is a relative newbie as it opened for business on April 29, 2005. 10-05

 

 

Vogue Theatre
Vancouver, B.C.
Photo by RoadsidePeek.com

Located along "theatre row" in Vancouver B.C. is the Vogue Theatre. Built in 1940, the Vogue was a state of the art theater with deco architecture that was popular in its day. These days, the Vogue still entertains as its neon glows down the busy street. 10-05

 

 

Orpheum Theatre
Vancouver, B.C.
Photo by RoadsidePeek.com

The Orpheum Theatre in Vancouver originally opened in 1927 and competed with the finest theaters of its era. When the City of Vancouver restored the theatre back in the 1970's, the Orpheum became home to the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra. 10-05

 

 

Varsity Theatre
Ashland, OR
Photo courtesy Dave & Debra van Hulsteyn

The Varsity Theatre in Ashland, OR still features a neon blade sign out front. This theatre along old main street still shows first run movies. 03-06

 

 

Garland Theatre
Spokane, WA
Photo and info courtesy Josh Hudgens / 2007

The Garland Theatre, located along an old strip of the city, is a Spokane favorite for 3 dollar shows.  07-07

 

 

 

 

 

 

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