Historic Movie Theaters of Delaware

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From the opera house and movie palace to the modern multiplex, the big screens in Delaware have been delighting moviegoers for more than a century. Hollywood legend Cary Grant visited the Playhouse Theater in 1955, fondly recalling his days on its stage as a child actor. Clint Eastwood came to Wilmington for a secret test screening of his film The Gauntlet at the Branmar Cinema. The groundbreaking history of Star Wars includes a Delaware theater that was one of only forty-five in the country to open the film. Author Michael J. Nazarewycz recounts the cinematic history of Delaware’s grand movie theaters.
ISBN: 9781625858474
Format: Paperback
Publisher: The History Press
State: Delaware
Series: Landmarks
Images: 75
Pages: 208
Dimensions: 6 (w) x 9 (h)
Michael J. Nazarewycz has written for numerous online outlets, most recently the indie film site WayTooIndie.com. In 2014, he founded the MOT Film Society, where he brings classic films to the big screens of Middletown, Delaware, often to help raise money for charity. He is married with two daughters. This is his first book.
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