Not Show Business But The Business Of Shows #2

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This is the 2nd post in a series that will offer tales, trials and tribulations of working in the movie theater biz.

Back in the spring I was given the opportunity to tell a story at the Know Theatre of Cincinnati as part of an ongoing series called “True Theatre” where real people tell true stories that are always based on a common theme. My story was part of their “True Mischief” night. It is easily my favorite story to tell from all of my years in the movie exhibition industry. As a setup I will tell you it involves 35mm film, kids and a mistake from hell perceived as a monumental prank. Here is the complete story..

 

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