This page will feature odds and ends about our theatres’ concessions.
Below is a Manley M-47 popcorn machine. It is the same model type as the one that was in the lobby of the Forty Fort Theatre.
The working end of the M-47.
The display end of the Manley M-47.
Matinee Days. Thomas C. Alexander on a Saturday afternoon in front of the popcorn machine. Circa 1971.
Making Concessions? Story of my life. Here I am in the theatre lobby, circa 1971.
Peter and Mary Alexander (my mom and dad) in the theatre lobby - circa 1971.
The Varsity. Taki and Peter Alexander manning the concession stand. Circa 1971.
A video capture of the last batch of corn being popped at the theatre on the old classic Manley M-47. Thomas F. Alexander in foreground. Thomas C. Alexander manning the controls.
For more information on Manley products, visit: Manley Popcorn Machines.