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Author Topic: What does "Photo on File" mean, exactly?
Dan Wright
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From: Yakima, WA
Registered: Apr 2003


 - posted April 22, 2003 06:22 PM      Profile for Dan Wright   Email Dan Wright         Edit/Delete Post 
Hi I have a question about your site. I am possibly going to europe in the fall and noticed that some of the theatres do not have photos but they are noted to have a photo on file. Does this mean you already have pictures of them but for some reason they are not posted???

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Adam Martin
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 - posted April 22, 2003 11:01 PM      Profile for Adam Martin   Author's Homepage   Email Adam Martin         Edit/Delete Post 
"Photo on File" means that there is a photo in our archives, but we do not have the owner's permission to publish it on our site at this time.

This is indicated by a "P" in the center column. The same rings true for those cinemas where there is a "T", which indicates that we have a tour on file that we don't have permission to publish.

So if you happen to swing by one of those cinemas, please snap a bunch of photos for us!

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