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The Golden Age of Indianapolis Theaters
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Tony Hinkle was the man who shaped Butler University's athletic tradition. He served the institution for nearly half a century as a teacher, coach, and athletic administrator. A Hoosier legend, Hinkle worked from 1934 to 1970 as Butler's head coac...
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Theater-lovers will enjoy the rare photos and frequent anecdotes Caldwell includes for a first-person recount and commentary on the events of detail.August 2010 * Northern Indiana Lakes * Caldwell gives readers juicy bits about early musical theater, burlesque shows, . . . the Ziegfeld Follies' Indianapolis appearances, and the golden era of the still-beautiful Murat. August 15, 2010 * The Herald-Times * Caldwell is a retired Indianapolis TV newscaster whose love of live theatre and films witnessed in beautiful structures is apparent throughout.July 28, 2010 * Nuvo *
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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).
ContentsPrefaceAcknowledgments1. Birth of a Theater Buff2. Theater One and What Happened Before3. A War's Effect and Another Theater Is Born4. Theater Count Briefly Jumps to Three5. English's Opera House and Its Impact6. The 1890s and Its Seeds of Change7. Theater Enhancement and the Gentle Intrusion of Moving Pictures8. English's and the Grand Lead the Growing Theater Parade9. The Shuberts Come to Town as the Theater Competition Grows10. City's First Movie Palace Enhances Respectability of Going to the Movies11. The 1920s and the Birth of New Challenges12. The Silent Film Era's Finale13. Sound Moves in with a Vengeance14. The 1930s and Its Challenges15. The 1930s and Its Challenges II16. The Rest of the 1930s Survivors17. The 1940s, a Decade of Success and Sadness18. The 1950s Bring Changes and New Competition19. A Brief Look at What Happened Next Bibliography