Brooklyn’s King’s Plaza shuttered by AMC
posted by CSWalczak on January 20, 2010 at 7:55 am
BROOKLYN, NY — The nearly forty-year-old, six-screen AMC King’s Plaza has closed. It originally opened as a twin in 1970.
It seems that the curtains have finally closed on theAMC Loews' Kings Plaza movie theater.
The six screen cinematheque that thrilled audiences of all ages for over 30 years quietly closed its doors earlier this month without any hooplah and fanfare.
By Monday, in fact, there wasn’t even a sign that there had been a theater inside the Flatbush Avenue mall at Avenue U: the entrance to the theater was replaced with a blank wall; the fresh plaster securing it in position still visible.
Read the full story in Your Nabe.
Here is the right link to the theatre’s page on this site.