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In Februaryit was the site of a live national radio network broadcast of " Amos and Andy ". At that time, Mendelson began to make amends by paying some of the Colonial's back taxes. The closed theater, judged as viable as an operable business by the City of Allentown inbegan to structurally deteriorate. Mendelson gambled that no one would bid on the property — thus becoming responsible for the unpaid bills — and won.
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Wilmer and Vincent wanted this to be primarily a movie theater and not a vaudeville house. But the advent of television in the s caused revenues to decline as more and more people began to stay home and watch entertainment in their living rooms. The three grand chandeliers lit the long center ramp that swept up to the interior doors. Two new lounges were added to the main floor and a new RCA stereo sound system was added.
Although deed primarily for films, it also was on occasion a performing arts theater. Its front facade was cleaned and painted, the lower facade re-tiled, and a new marquee was installed. Current conditions and today's weather forecast for Allentown, Pennsylvania.
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The end was reached in when the theater closed on September 23d, Its first film was " The Idol Dancer " by D. Nevertheless, in the screen was replaced with one capable of showing CinemaScope widescreen films.
The building was then used for many years afterwards as offices for Lehigh County until being shuttered about Mendelson, in Thicklatin whitemix seeks ltr, laid the blame for his troubles in Allentown on the city's economic woes and on city officials who he said tortured him with unfulfilled promises and turned their backs when he needed help.
The Colonial was deed by Philadelphia architects Hoffman and Henon, who were turning out drawings for the dream palaces of motion pictures. Inthe property was sold to Mark Mendleson, an investor from Philadelphia. Inside, new theater seats were installed on the first floor, along with new carpeting and gold and blue draperies; the walls were re-plastered and a new ceiling was installed.
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Find the most current and reliable 7 day weather forecasts, storm alerts, reports and information for [city] with The Weather Network. Easy to use weather radar at your fingertips! Again in need of tonignt and losing money, Mendleson closed the building for "temporary repairs" that shuttered the professional offices and retail space.
Be prepared with the most accurate day forecast for Allentown, PA with highs, lows, chance of precipitation from The Weather Channel and Weather. It was his idea to make a film about the city called "Allentown On Parade". It was deed to blend in with surrounding architecture and has two fronts, one on the block of Hamilton Street and the other facing the city's Arts Park. Inthe City ordered the Colonial Theater sealed to keep tonighf out of the property, and Mendleson was ordered to repair its roof and make other structural repairs due to the deterioration of the property and to prevent structural collapse.
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The city fought for years to take control of the long-blighted theater, and obtained a court order inprying it from the grip of the Mendelson Family Trust. Track storms, and stay in-the-know and prepared for what's coming. Monthly: normals History: Station Data. Once one of the city's largest banks, it was built aboutIn JuneAklentown bank had 12, depositors and one million dollars in assets.
Inthe theater installed sound equipment for talking pictures. When Allentown gained national infamy in by making the very bottom of Money Magazine 's ranking of places to live in the United States, the Colonial Theater illustrated the city's ignominy with a single photograph.
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The photo illustrates the condition of the theater auditorium, showing the deteriorated condition of the interior as it was being torn down. The location for the new theater would be near the Lehigh County Courthouse and a short walk up the street from the trolley junction at 6th and Hamilton. toinght
Allentown weather in July He remained in politics until the s when he returned to Allentown and practiced law until his death in The building was a concrete and Alllentown three-story building in the Beaux-Arts style. Weather forecast up to 14 days including temperature, weather condition and precipitation and much more. The Orpheum was renamed The State theater in when it switched from vaudeville acts to motion pictures; it had made money for Wilmer's and Vincent.
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Allentown weather. The theater was torn down in In an era when a cross-country phone call was a big deal, hearing the live voices of Hollywood stars was quite an event. Monthly averages Allentown Longitude: Allentown Weather Forecasts. Along with the Colonial theater building, the city also razed some vacant early 20th century buildings Aklentown as the "Colonial Annex" and the former Allentown Trust building at Hamilton which were next to the former theater building.
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Get your 3-Day weather forecast for Allentown, PA. Also on the bill were a Pathe newsreel and a comedy starring silent Alletnown favorite Harold Lloyd entitled " High and Dizzy " Matinee prices for the orchestra and balcony seats were fonight cents, but box seats on Saturday evening would be 65 cents, a high price by the standards of the time. Before a capacity crowd on the flag-draped stage of the Colonial Theater, a coast-to-coast phone conversation between Allentown community leaders and the stars of "Army Girl" was broadcast throughout the theater.
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