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The golden age of Indianapolis theaters
Howard Caldwell.

Published 2010 by Indiana University Press in Bloomington .
Written in English.

Table of Contents

Birth of a theater buff
Theater one and what happened before
A war's effect and another theater is born
Theater count briefly jumps to three
English's opera house and its impact
The 1890s and its seeds of change
Theater enhancement and the gentle intrusion of moving pictures
English's and The Grand lead the growing theater parade
The Shuberts come to town as the theater competition grows
City's first movie palace enhances respectability of going to the movies
The 1920s and the birth of new challenges
The silent film era's finale
Sound moves in with a vengeance
The 1930s and its challenges
The 1930s and its challenges II
The rest of the 1930s survivors
The 1940s, a decade of success and sadness
The 1950s bring changes and new competition
A brief look at what happened next.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.


Dewey Decimal Class
Library of Congress
PN2277.I5 C35 2010

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p. cm.

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