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A view of Pasig RIver an downtown Manila on week before the outbreak of war with Japan.

A view of Pasig RIver an downtown Manila on week before the outbreak of war with…

https://flic.kr/p/sY9jzE | Plaza Moraga, Manila. Circa 1960 | Credit: June Candido of Old Manila FB page.

https://flic.kr/p/sY9jzE | Plaza Moraga, Manila. Circa 1960 | Credit: June Candido of Old Manila FB page.

Escolta, the principal business street in Manila, Philippines, 1899

____ Escolta, the principal business street in Manila, Philippines, circa 1899

Rizal Theatre, circa 1965 - This was in Makati. What is it now? Swanky and classy 6750 Ayala.

Old Rizal Theatre in Makati in the early The Makati Shangrila stands in the same spot today. Our favorite movie theater.

The Quad, a modern 4-cinema complex in 1977.

Front side of the QUAD Theaters on black & white photo, the theaters' lobby was at the back entrance but with accessed also in the front entrance to along shops inside.

Manila Metropolitan Theater is an art deco building designed by the Filipino architect Juan M. Arellano, and inaugurated on December 10, 1931, with a capacity of 1670 (846 orchestra, 116 in loge, and 708 in balcony).Highly stylized relief carving of Philippine plants executed by the artist Isabelo Tampingco decorate the lobby walls and interior surfaces of the building.

The Manila Metropolitan Theater building designed by the Filipino architect Juan Arellano and inaugurated on December 1931

Times Theater, now showing: Bogart, Bergman, Casablanca (Casablanca starring H. Bogart and Ingrid Bergman, movie release date: 23 January 1943). Manila Philippines, last half of 1940s.

Times Theater, now showing: Bogart, Bergman, Casablanca (Casablanca starring H. Bogart and Ingrid Bergman, movie release date: 23 January 1943). Manila Philippines, last half of 1940s.

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