whiterabbitt83 wrote:on the back cover of the premire book it says to order more send one dollar to a address in hollywood california
alamocentral wrote:Dear Friends, Ned, I notice that you have some very nice roadshow/premiere items! I also have several of the preview cards from Denver. I also have a similar roadshow ticket booking form, but from The Palace, Chicago. You mentioned being put off by the cost of a Yugoslav program. I have similar ones from Germany and Austria. Have you ever seen the VIP invitation for the premiere week festivities. It's about 18x24, and in its original envelope. In addition to the gold premiere ticket from San Antonio; I have the red one for Los Angeles; and the blue one from London. You can never have too much...
RLC-GTT wrote:This day in Texas History: 1960 -- John Wayne's THE ALAMO had its world premiere in San Antonio at the Woodlawn Theater. John Farkis' book has the awesome details of that gigantic premiere and how San Antonio pulled out all the stops to make it so.
RLC-GTT wrote:Wow! I just saw the picture from Mike of the artwork on the Tokyo theater! The movie did go down on record as being the highest grossing movie in Japan's history.
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