From the Fox Riverside Cinema in Riverside, California, broadside with the cinema schedule for the week of September 20th, 1936.
Framed in dark wood, measures 27″ x 21.5,” not examined outside frame. Small hole in lower left quadrant, black ink blemish along center line, bright illustrations. Includes the following film productions: To Mary With Love featuring Warner Baxter and Myrna Low; The Country Doctor featuring the Dionne Quintuplets and Jean Hersholt; San Francisco starring Clark Gable, Jeanette MacDonald and Spencer Tracy; Society Doctor featuring Robert Taylor and Chester Morris; and Rhythm On The Range with Bing Crosby and Bob Burns.
The Fox Riverside Theater is now known as the Riverside Fox Performing Arts Center, a historic and cultural landmark in Riverside, California. The original Spanish Colonial Revival style building opened in 1929 as a vaudeville and cinema theater. It was designed by Los Angeles architect Clifford Balch and engineer Floyd E. Stanberry, who built 305 theaters across the West Coast of the United States. While under construction, the theater was sold to William Fox of Fox Studios, becoming the Fox Riverside Theater. The cinema was used as a Hollywood test site from 1929-1960, being the first movie theater to screen Gone with the Wind on September 9, 1939.