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Toronto Movie Theatres

Collection by Caley Tessier

Caley Tessier
Now the Ed Mirvish Theatre (**I saw quite a few movies there including Audrey Rose, The Goodbye Girl and The Hunger**) The Goodbye Girl, Canadian History, Local History, Vintage Birthday Parties, Yonge Street, Toronto Ontario Canada, Go To Movies, Back In Time, Mansions

Miscellany Toronto Photographs: Then and Now

Yonge St. south of Dundas - 1930 Amazing that the Pantages sign is still there after 87 years (now featuring "Ed Mirvish") Google street view...

The history of Yonge Street is that of Toronto itself. As the street developed, so too did the city around it. Toronto Ontario Canada, Toronto City, Lost Movie, Imperial Theater, Yonge Street, Toronto Photos, Canadian History, City Restaurants, Lake Michigan

A 1970s Toronto photo extravaganza

1970s Toronto might not have been a more entertaining place than the city we live in today (especially if you're into eating out), but it was dirti...

Cedarbrae Cinemas 8 in Toronto, CA Toronto Ca, Toronto Ontario Canada, Montreal Canada, Toronto Maple, Canadian Things, Canadian Art, Canadian Rockies, Scarborough Toronto, North York

Cedarbrae Cinemas 8 in Toronto, CA

The Cedarbrae Theatre was built by renovating the remains of the former Cedarbrae Bowl structure, built in the late-1950's. Unfortunately, the parc...

(**this was hands down, the BEST theatre in Toronto EVER! Now, it's condos - FML**) Toronto, University Cinema, Native Canadian, O Canada, Local History, Concert Hall, Vintage Movies, Travel Essentials, Time Travel, Niagara Falls, Ontario

Toronto’s old University Theatre - Historic Toronto

The University when it opened in March 1949, Photo from Ontario Archives, AO 2108 Map from Google, 2014 Shortly after World

Sunday crowds in Toronto outside Odeon Theatre, circa April Photographer: Reg Innell Toronto Ontario Canada, Toronto City, Canadian History, Canadian Culture, Local History, American History, Nostalgia, Cinema, University Of Toronto

Archival Photo of the Carlton Theatre at Yonge and Carlton Streets - Toronto circa 1963.

The top 10 Art Deco buildings in Toronto Local Movies, Toronto Travel, Toronto City, Yonge Street, Toronto Ontario Canada, Parks Canada, Art Deco Buildings, Movie Theater, Historical Sites

Toronto of the 1940s

Toronto of the 1940s was place defined by war and its aftermath. Many of these images reveal the effort taking place at home and overseas, whether ...

The Revue Cinema in Toronto, older picture. Toronto Winter, Toronto Canada, Toronto City, Janet Gaynor, The Rocky Horror Picture Show, Old Images, Vintage Photographs, Vintage Photos, Movie Theater

What Roncesvalles Avenue used to look like

Approaching Toronto from the southwest about a century ago, Roncesvalles Avenue would have been the first well developed north/south strip that one...

Scarboro Drive-in Theatre Kennedy road Toronto Scarborough Toronto, Toronto Ontario Canada, Drive In Theater, North York, Canada Travel, Landscape Photos, Old Pictures, History, Nostalgia

This is what the suburbs used to look like around Toronto

Although the former municipalities of Etobicoke, North York, York, and Scarborough are sometimes still referred to as suburbs of Toronto, developme...

Putting together a comprehensive photo survey of Toronto's lost movie theatres would be a rather laborious task given how many have come and gone o. Toronto Ontario Canada, Toronto City, Vintage Movie Theater, Vintage Movies, Lost Movie, Toronto Neighbourhoods, Place Of Worship, Landscape Photos, Abandoned Places

5 Toronto buildings with secret pasts as movie theatres

Toronto neighbourhoods used to be dotted with movie theatres. While a few have somehow stood the test of time and others have been repurposed with ...

I saw Star Wars & The Empire Strikes Back at this wonderful old theatre (tragically now a Pottery *Snobbery* Barn or something similar I think) Toronto Architecture, I See Stars, Toronto Ontario Canada, The Empire Strikes Back, Vintage Movies, Movie Theater, The Neighbourhood, Nostalgia, University

University Theatre Toronto Archives - Historic Toronto

Posts about University Theatre Toronto written by Doug Taylor

The lost movie theatres of Toronto Toronto Ontario Canada, Toronto City, Art Nouveau, Art Deco, Lost Movie, Yonge Street, Toronto Photos, Canadian History, Street Look

A selection of vintage Toronto signs

Old photos of Toronto allow us to revisit the past of a city with very interesting history. While photos of every day life are often used for study...

The 400 Drive-In was located at Highway 400 and Highway 7 W. It opened July 1954 as a single screen and expanded to three screens in It closed in 1997 Drive In Movie Theater, Portuguese Food, Vintage Movies, Back In The Day, Ontario, Abandoned, Toronto, Past, Nostalgia

The 400 Drive-In was located at Highway 400 and Highway 7 W. It opened July 22, 1954 as a single screen and expanded to three screens in 1978. It closed in 1997