File:Imperial Theatre Lining up for a movie in the early 1950s.jpg

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Lining up for a movie at the Imperial in the early 1950s waiting for the ticket lady to get in the booth. That was often Mrs. Cannon.

(Clipping from the Brunswick Chronicle)

Ruth E. Kennedy: Lines were always like that any given night.

Brenton Barger: I also remember the line being double when "Love Me Tender" with Elvis played!!

Kim Myers: I remember going with my Aunt Marie to see Psycho. When the shower scene occurred, the woman in the seat in front of us disappeared.

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