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This four-page brochure, likely printed by the studio and distributed to the Appalachian Theatre with its imprint, purported to tell young women what they should and should not do when going to see the film Where the Boys Are. The movie was somewhat…

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This small poster printed on a thin sheet of paper promotes the crossadvertising scheme of the B. W. Stallings Jewelry Co. and the Appalachian Theatre to offer a Diamond Hunt to theater patrons. Ticketholders were given an envelope with a small…

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This small poster printed on a thin sheet of paper promotes the February 28 and March 2, 1953, showings of Flat Top at the Appalachian Theatre. Targeted at women who were encouraged to slip the flier into their male partner's pockets, the flier…

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This small poster printed on a thin sheet of paper cross-advertises the Farmer's Hardware and Supply, Inc., sponsorship of a free bicycle giveaway for kids attending the June 16, 1956, showing of Gun Belt at the Appalachian Theatre.

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This small sheet of paper featured a short memo from J. W. Beach, manager of the Appalachian Theatre, to "All Citizens of Watauga County" regarding the introduction of Fridays as "Bargain Day" at the Appalachian Theatre, including admission prices of…

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This small poster printed on a thin sheet of paper cross-advertises the Belk's-sponsored back-to-school movie held at the Appalachian Theatre in Boone, NC, on August 27, 1955. Similar advertisements appeared in the Watauga Democrat that year.

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This small movie poster printed on a thin sheet of paper advertises the forthcoming showing of Blowing Wild at the Appalachian Theatre in Boone, NC, on January 22, 1954. The poster advertised the film as falling on a Friday, which was "Bargain Day"…

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This small movie poster printed on a thin sheet of paper advertises the forthcoming showing of Blowing Wild at the Appalachian Theatre in Boone, NC, on January 22, 1954. The poster advertised the film as falling on a Friday, which was "Bargain Day"…

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This small movie poster printed on a thin sheet of paper advertises the forthcoming showing of My Pal Gusat the Appalachian Theatre in Boone, NC, on February 3, 1953. The poster featured an advertising gimmick encouraging students to bring the flier…

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This small movie poster printed on a thin sheet of paper advertises the forthcoming showing of Kimberley Jim on May 30 and May 31, 1965, at the Appalachian Theatre in Boone, NC.
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