Wednesday, February 2, 2011
Location, location, location - Part 2
Some exhibitors get great spots for their pavilions. Some don't. The latter would seem to be the case for the owners of "The Quick Draw Theater" at the 1962 Seattle World's Fair. Tucked way behind a massive monorail pylon, the theater was certainly not easy to spot. Those guests that did find it were treated to shows of, you got it, quick draw artists. As in with guns, not art supplies.
I wonder if the shows were worth the effort it took to find the pavilion in the first place.