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"I know of no other single book that covers this material... [T]he photos alone would be worth the price of the book." Marion Simon Garmel, retired theatre critic, the Indianapolis Star
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Howard Caldwell is a retired newscaster for WRTV-6 in Indianapolis and author of Tony Hinkle: Coach for All Seasons (IUP, 1991).
Birth of a Theater Buff; Theater One and What Happened Before; A War's Effect and Another Theater is Born; Theater Count Jumps to Three, Briefly; English's Opera House and its Impact; The 1890's and its Seeds of Change; Theater Enhancement and the Gentle Intrusion of Moving Pictures; English's and The Grand Lead the Growing Theater Parade; The Shuberts Come to Town as the Theater Competition Grows; City's First Movie Palace Enhances Respectability of Movie Going; The 1920's and the Birth of Challenges; The Silent Film Era's Finale; Sound Movies in with a Vengeance; The 1930's and its Challenges; The 1930's and its Challenges II; The Rest of the 1930 Survivors; The 1940's, a Decade of Success and Sadness; 1950's Bring Changes and New Competition; A Brief Look at What Happened Next