Dec. 19, 1934: Movies playing in downtown Johnson City’s cinemas included “If I Were Free,” starring Irene Dunn and Clive Brook at The Tennessee; “Affairs of Cellini,” starring Constance Bennett, Fredric March and Frank Morgan at the Majestic; and “To The Last Man,” starring Randolph Scott at The Liberty. The Johnson City Press offered a two-word review of the Scott film: “No comment.”
Dec. 19, 2005: Movies playing in north Johnson City’s cinemas included the Naomi Watts’ remake of “King Kong,” “The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe,” and the fourth film in the Harry Potter series, “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.”
Dec. 19, 2007: The Taco Bell on West Market Street was demolished to make way for a new Taco Bell on the same site. The building was damaged by fire earlier in the year.
Sources: The Comet, Johnson City Press