In this weekend’s Globe & Mail, I examined how the digital conversion currently underway in several Toronto cinemas is affecting film projectionists. The Fox Theatre in the Beaches recently converted to 2k digital cinema projection, but here it is in 1934 — simpler times — when it was known as the Prince Edward Theatre. On the bill that day was Wheeler & Whoolsey’s Cockeyed Cavaliers.
The canopy shadowing Queen St., installed upon its opening in 1914 sadly no longer exists.
Image source: City of Toronto Archives, series 0372, sub-series 0358, item 1370.Tags: east-end showplaces, fox theatre, projectionists, technology in cinema