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Mt Burney Theater on Cinematour 07 Dec 2002 16:36 #19982

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I had occasion to check out the Cinematour.com website today and found that the Mt Burney Theater (represented here by Burney Falls) is featured in the newly added theaters section. So I checked it out and found lots of pictures of her really beautiful theater. Burney, congrats on the work you have done and continue to do making your theater better. I am still trying to figure out those $3.00 per caps on a concession stand half the size of my own. Amazing!
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Re: Mt Burney Theater on Cinematour 07 Dec 2002 20:01 #19983

I don't see it there!

Can anyone point me in the right direction?

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Re: Mt Burney Theater on Cinematour 07 Dec 2002 20:08 #19984

Nevermind! I found it!

Mt. Burney Theatre @ CinemaTour

Burney, I love your theatre! Especially your auditorium! I'm jealous!

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Re: Mt Burney Theater on Cinematour 07 Dec 2002 21:47 #19985

Nice Theatre!
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Re: Mt Burney Theater on Cinematour 07 Dec 2002 23:52 #19986

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Wow! That is nice.
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Re: Mt Burney Theater on Cinematour 08 Dec 2002 02:06 #19987

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Thanks for your nice comments. The auditorium photos are quite complimentary and make my curtains look pretty nice--which they are not. That is one of my next projects. Adam Martin, the creator of Cinematour came up here personally last week, took the photos, and watched Harry Potter. I was pretty excited about his visit, which my manager actually arranged. Adam said I could use his photos on my site, so I will be posting some more before and after pictures soon.

Thanks for noticing Beckwith. I hadn't seen the pictures before reading it here.
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Re: Mt Burney Theater on Cinematour 09 Dec 2002 23:11 #19988

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Nice theatre. I love the look of the wood floors in the auditorium. He came up to our theatre and took some pics for Cinematour also. Adam Martin runs a valuable resource for the cinema industry. Here is the link to our theatre on Cinematour.
http://www.cinematour.org/location/usa/mi/tourmi/t4217.htm
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Re: Mt Burney Theater on Cinematour 10 Dec 2002 01:24 #19989

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Your place is pretty cool, too, Adam. I vacationed in Houghton Lake a few times as a kid, but never went to the theatre there. Grew up in Davison, outside Flint. How many animals are hung up in there?
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Re: Mt Burney Theater on Cinematour 10 Dec 2002 08:53 #19990

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Cinematour is very cool as are both of your theatres.

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Re: Mt Burney Theater on Cinematour 10 Dec 2002 14:28 #19991

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I think there are between 50-75 but I'm not sure, I've never counted.. but now that you mention it I will count. They are a pain to keep clean though.
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Re: Mt Burney Theater on Cinematour 11 Dec 2002 00:28 #19992

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That is a nice theater. I like the wallpaper in the booth. Those seats look really comfortable.

The Pines is one of my all time favorites. The snack bar at the drive-in I used to work at had the same type of knotty Pine paneling. Brings back memories.

CinemaTour is a really cool site and Adam has done a good job with it. The Liberty Theater where I volunteer at is currently listed in the update section.
http://www.cinematour.org/location/usa/wa/tourwa/t21445.htm
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Re: Mt Burney Theater on Cinematour 11 Dec 2002 15:11 #19993

Adam,

Don't I recall seeing the Pines Theatre featured in a very nice documentary on small town theatres of Michigan?
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Re: Mt Burney Theater on Cinematour 11 Dec 2002 19:33 #19994

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Starlite,

Yep, it was on there and has aired on PBS a few times. It got us a lot of good PR for a while there. I love free good publicity. My mom was the one who did the interview. It must have been about three years ago since she talks about me turning 18 in it.
EDIT: By the way I counted last night when I was running the theatre by myself for the last night of HP (9 people) and we have 79 animals on the walls


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