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Bel-Vick’s Anchor: The Angelus Arcade and The Arcadia Theatre — 1920s

Before it was called “Lower Greenville” it was called “Bel-Vick.”

Theaters at 1517 Elm: The Garden, The Jefferson, The Pantages, The Ritz, and The Mirror — 1912-1941

Several theaters — showcasing both vaudeville and movies — occupied 1517 Elm Street.

From the Vault: Film Row at Night

Elm Street has never looked more vibrant.

Next-Door Neighbors: The Palace Theater and Lone Star Seed & Floral — 1926

See a show, pick up some chicken feed on the way home.

Views of Elm Street, With Cameo Appearances by the Fox Theater — 1920s-1960s

Views of the 1400 block of Elm, at Akard.

Tower Theater — 1967

Eager patrons standing in line for The Dirty Dozen.

Dazzling Neon, Theater Row — 1929

Elm Street, lit up like the proverbial Christmas tree.

Theater Row Block Party! — 1948

The 1900 block of Elm was closed for a movie premiere and square dancing in the street.

Theatre Row — A Stunning Elm Street at Night

The long-gone theaters meant fabulous neon and a lively night-life.

The Stretch of “Theater Row” They Never Talk About

The Leo Theater and “adult” movie fare.