Historic Jacksonville Theatre Palaces, Drive-ins and Movie Houses

Historic Jacksonville Theatre Palaces, Drive-ins and Movie Houses

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Jacksonville's theatre and performance history is rich with flair and drama. The theatres, drive-ins and movie houses that brought entertainment to its citizens have their own exciting stories. Some have passed into memory. The Dixie Theatre, originally part of Dixieland Park, began to fade in 1909. The Palace Theatre, home to vaudeville acts, was torn down in the '50s. The Alhambra has been everyone's favorite dinner theatre since 1967's debut of Come Blow Your Horn. Local author Dorothy K. Fletcher revives the history of Jacksonville's theatres. Lights, camera, action!I was one of many Duval County high school seniors who celebrated my baccalaureate service at the Civic Auditorium, and I just happened to have the program for mine. The Civic Auditorium was a gigantic venue, as I recall, where manyanbsp;...

Title:Historic Jacksonville Theatre Palaces, Drive-ins and Movie Houses
Author: Dorothy K. Fletcher
Publisher:Arcadia Publishing - 2015-12-07

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