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Richardson Theatre - Seneca, SC

Our thanks to Bobbie Auld of North Carolina for the vintage "Penny" post cards promoting the weekly schedule at the Richardson Theater in Seneca, South Carolina. She sent five post cards along with a delighful note.

She writes, "We lived on the Clemson campus in the 1930s. These cards are from the Seneca, SC theater, but I don't remember ever going because on the Clemson campus in the "Y Building" we paid 10 cents to see what the cadets saw in that theater."

"Penny" Post Card promoting the weekly schedule of movies for January 18 through 23, 1937

The post cards we received are for:

November 30 - December 5, 1936
Anthony Advers
Kelly the Second
Midsummer Night's Dream
Rhythm on the Range
End of the Trail
Love Begins at 20

January 18 - January 23, 1937
Flying Hostess
The Garden of Allah
The Accusing Finger
Tarzan Escapes
The Three Mesquiteers
Here Comes Carter

February 22 - February 27, 1937
Black Legion
Breezing Home
Libeled Lady
Undercover Man
Come Closer Folks

March 1 - March 6, 1937
The Plainsman
Trail Dust
Theodora Goes Wild
Code of the Range
The President's Mystery

March 22 - March 27, 1937
The Great O'Malley
The Legion of Terror
Under Cover of Night
Ride Ranger Ride
Mysterious Crossing

 

"Penny" Post Card promoting the weekly schedule of movies for November 20 through December 5, 1936.

Richardson Theatre
The Richardson Theatre in Seneca, SC, was located at 121 Townville Street. Seneca also had the Star Theater which is mentioned in the 1927 edition of Film Yearbook. We would love to hear any stories our visitors might have regarding either of these theaters. We would be very excited to locate any photographs of these old theaters.

Email us at: info@scmovietheaters.com


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