Only in the Movies and Memphis 

As Malco Theatres celebrates its centennial, a look back at the turbulent history of the film industry in Memphis.

click to enlarge The Malco Theatre (now The Orpheum) in 1972

Photographs Courtesy of Malco Theatres

The Malco Theatre (now The Orpheum) in 1972

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