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This carbon typescript shows movie bookings at the Appalachian Theatre as of March 15, 1948. Booking dates run from April 5 to May 15. Of note is the screening of gone with the Wind on April 29 and April 30. Studio abbreviations are visible in the…

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This letter from J. W. Beach, manager of the Appalachian Theatre, to area teachers, dated January 15, 1954, asks teachers to let their students know to provide their names, addresses, and birthdays to the theater for invitations to free birthday…

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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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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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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 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 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 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 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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