Motion Picture Exhibition in Baltimore: An Illustrated History and Directory of Theaters, 1895-2004 by Robert K. Headley
Hardcover: 535 pages
Publisher: McFarland Publishing; First Edition – March 29, 2006
The movie house is an integral part of the physical and cultural American landscape. From the modest nickelodeons of the early twentieth century to the audacious palaces of the 1920s to the mighty megaplexes of today, changes in theater design over the last 100 years coincide with America’s understanding of entertainment and how it is delivered. A comprehensive look at the movie houses of one large American city can reveal much about motion picture exhibition in the country as a whole. This book covering the city of Baltimore offers such revelations, as well as fascinating details on a local level.
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