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Chinese Theater Photos:Capturing Memories

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Taking photographs is probably the most ideal way of preserving and captivating our memories. Over the years, thousands or may be countless photographs have already been taken and collected to ensure that momentous and important events, places and people are well accounted and documented. Such photographs are even stored and kept over the years for the purpose of preservation and rekindling past memorable events during special occasions.

Photos of important and historical places like the world’s most famous Grauman’s Chinese Theater are easy to view. Rare Chinese Theater Photos have been uploaded and posted on different internet sites, particularly at, to spot the difference and the changes that the theater has undergone over the last eighty five years of existence.

Such Chinese Theater photos are considered rare, since most of it have been actually taken during the beginning of the building’s construction in the year 1926 until the year 1979. The photos featured are printed in black and white, but are still in superb condition.

Included in the Chinese Theatre photos are the pictures of the man behind the Chinese Theater, Mr. Sid Grauman. A few pictures of important people like Ted Mann,  Mr. Jerry Fairbanks, Jesse Pizante (the official photographer),  Ms. Mary Pickford, and Douglas Fairbanks are also for viewing. 

Other unique Chinese Theater photos include those of the famous hand and footprint ceremonies that have taken place over the past eight-five years.  Photos of Clark Gable, Marilyn Monroe, Steve McQueen and  Jean Harlow are but just a few of the hundreds of hand and footprint ceremony photos.

Other greatly captured Chinese Theater photos were the yearly photographs of the theater itself. Different angles of the theater were taken to show the improvement over the years. The first pictures were taken on its construction year in 1926.  It was followed by other pictures showing the on-going construction, until its opening date in 1927. The transition of the theater from the open lot to the constructed building was marvelous and captivating. Who would have thought that such a place have been there since 1926, unless you were able to read its history.

All these fabulous Chinese Theater Photos can be seen on the web site all the photos are available for purchase


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