December 1, 2005
JERSEY CITY, NJ — Come to The Landmark Loew’s Jersey next Saturday and Have an Old-Fashioned Visit with Santa. Then, Enjoy Classic Movies for The Whole Family!
Saturday, December 10
12 PM to 3 PM: Santa returns for the 11th season to the Grand Lobby of the Landmark Loew’s Jersey Theatre to hear Holiday wishes from boys and girls. A visit with Santa is free. A digital photo with him is just $2.00 — but if you bring a new, unwrapped toy for a needy child, the photo is free as our thank you. (Toys will be distributed by the St. Francis of Assisi Fraternity/Secular Franciscan Order of Jersey City.) Plus — every kid who sees Santa will get a $1.00 discount for either of our two movie screenings later that day.
3:30 PM to 6:20 PM DOUBLE FEATURE! Plus A Classic Holiday Cartoon: Laurel & Hardy’s
“Babes In Toyland” — a.k.a. “March of the Wooden Soldiers” — (1934) is a Holiday tradition in the Metropolitan Area. It will be screened in a rare, uncut 16mm print that includes the seldom-seen original opening sequence. It will be followed at 4:55 PM by another perennial favorite of the season, Charles Dickens' “A Christmas Carol” (1938) starring Reginald Owen as Scrooge, shown in a near-mint 35mm print. PLUS — “The Little Match Girl” — a rarely seen Columbia Pictures cartoon from 1937, shown in 35mm. Tickets for this double feature are $6 for adults, $4 for seniors and children 12 years old and under.
November 21, 2005
St. George Theatre’s 2nd Anniversary Gala
Saturday, December 03, 2005
The 76th Anniversary and the Second Annual Gala of the St. George Theatre will be December 3rd. Live on the Red Carpet with Fred Cerullo and Brian Laline, Grammy and Tony Award Winning Composer of HAIR, Galt MacDermot, and his New Pulse Jazz Band and Broadway Singers.
Awards Presented by Special Guest, Faye Dunaway. Danny Rodriguez “America’s Favorite Tenor” (former NYPD). Complimentary Cocktails and Hors'douvres, $150.00 per person Black Tie Preferred TICKETS NOW ON SALE!!!
Call the Box Office for Reservations: 718-442-2900
November 11, 2005
ST. LOUIS, MO – The 14th annual St. Louis International Film Festival opens today and continues through November 20. True to its name, the fest offers movies from near and far – 50 narrative films, 21 feature-length documentaries and scores of shorts from more than two dozen countries.
Most of the screenings are at the Historic Tivoli Theatre, with selected events at Webster University (and one rockin' reel at the Pageant).
For more on the Festival, showtimes, and features can be found at www.cinemastlouis.org
November 9, 2005
SAN FRANCISCO, CA – From October 27, 2005 through May 2, 2006, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (www.sfmoma.org) will present a suite of 14 drawings of California picture palaces by Timothy L. Pflueger, one of the Bay Area’s most important architects.
Featured drawings include historic plans for San Francisco’s Castro Theater (1922); The Alhambra Theater (1926), the first West Coast cinema to be decorated inside and out in a Moorish theme; and the East Bay’s Alameda Theater (1932), a structure distinguished by its soaring Art Deco facade.
Also included are drawings for the Central Valley’s Tulare Theater (1927), a desert fortress outlined in glowing neon.
November 4, 2005
SUFFERN, NY — The Salute to Film Preservation – at the historic Lafayette Theatre in Suffern, NY – honors the heroic work from film archives around the world in preserving our motion picture heritage and features six programs of rare and hard-to-see films.
Among the programs will be the East Coast premiere of the newly-restored SuperCineColor treat ABBOTT AND COSTELLO MEET CAPTAIN KIDD, which will feature additional rare film footage and a personal appearance and Q & A session with Lou Costello’s daughter Chris Costello, presented in cooperation with the Fort Lee Film Commission.
Other films being screened highlight different film processes, including two-color Technicolor, three-strip Technicolor, silent cinema and 3-D. All of the films are screening in the finest studio and archive prints available and each show will feature pre-show music from the Mighty Wurlitzer Theatre Pipe Organ. Festival Dates: November 12 & 13, 2005.
JERSEY CITY, NJ — The Loew’s Jersey presents a RARE screening of Abbott and Costello’s The Time of Their Lives, screened in Universal’s archival print (16mm). Hosted by Chris Costello—Lou’s daughter. Ms. Costello will talk about her father, Abbott and Costello, and take questions from the audience after the film.
On Sunday, November 13 at 1:30 PM, at The Landmark Loew’s Jersey Theater:
54 Journal Square
Jersey City, NJ 07306
October 31, 2005
JERSEY CITY, NJ – The Landmark Loew’s Jersey
On FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11 and SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12,
At The Landmark Loew’s Jersey Theater
54 Journal Square
Jersey City, NJ 07306
The Friends of the Loew’s proudly presents the all-time great crime saga
THE GODFATHER I and II
and the James Cagney Classic, THE PUBLIC ENEMY
Dates and Times
The Godfather, November 11, 7:30 PM
The Public Enemy, November 12, 4:30 PM
The Godfather, Part II, November 12, 7:30 PM
$6 Adult, $4 Seniors
Combo Ticket for TWO films: $10/$6
Super Combo Ticket for ALL THREE films: $15/$10 plus get a FREE popcorn with each Super Combo ticket
For more info, please visit www.loewsjersey.org or call 201-798-6055.
The Landmark Loew’s Jersey is a non-profit arts center that is operated by Friends of the Loew’s, Inc.
October 28, 2005
BRADLEY BEACH, NJ – The Beach Cinema, formerly The Bradley Palace of Bradley Beach NJ will present an 80th anniversary showcase on Fri-Sat-Sun, Dec 16-17-18, 2005. Evening shows are at 7:30 PM for all three dates, 1:30 Matinees Sat & Sun. A tentative show will feature shorts (3 Stooges, others possible as well) and “White Christmas” with Bing Crosby. There will be a trivia contest, door prizes, and history presentation at the Fri & Sat evening shows.
The Beach Cinema opened as a motion picture venue called The Bradley Palace in Dec 26, 1925. The independent owner-operated 520 seat house is the last regularly operating single-screen cinema in the area, still uses two projectors (1938 Super Simplexes), and still offers REAL butter on the popcorn!
Call 732-774-9089 (theater recording line)
The address is…110 Main St. Bradley Beach NJ 07720 (physical)
(Mailing address is 510 McCabe Ave, Bradley Beach NJ 07720, attn John Esposito, owner.)
October 25, 2005
JERSEY CITY, NJ – The Landmark Loew’s Jersey
Monsters of a Different Kind, Together for Halloween!
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29
Come to The Landmark Loew’s Jersey for a day of family fun for Halloween with classic horror, frights, and camp!
“King Kong vs. Godzilla,” 3:30 PM.
“Godzilla,” 7 PM. This is the restored original version, in Japanese with English subtitles.
“Masque of the Red Death,” 9:15 PM. Starring Vincent Price, directed by Roger Corman.
Tickets per screening are $6 Adult, $4 Seniors and Children 12 and under. Combo tickets for TWO films are $10/$6. Super combo tickets for ALL THREE films are $15/$10, PLUS get a free popcorn with each Super Combo ticket.
For more info, please visit www.loewsjersey.org or call 201-798-6055 or e-mail us at
October 21, 2005
DATE: Sunday, October 23rd
TIME: From 2 PM – 3 PM
LOCATION: Trylon Theater; 98-81 Queens Blvd, Forest Hills, N.Y.
Please join us in solidarity for a lawful & peaceful expression of our concerns.
**Points of the rally:
1. LANDMARK the ‘39 Trylon Theater; a last standing structure which bears strong significance to the 1939 World’s Fair.
2. PRESERVE the presently intact Art Deco facade, glass block projection tower (which once illuminated Queens Blvd.), & the marquee.
3. RESTORE what was lost during a summer 2005 conversion, despite an active construction violation & stop work order since April 2005. The Trylon Theater’s architectural features distinguish it as one of NY’s notable works of Modernism.
4. ADAPT the site for the Education Center For Russian Jewry, with a preservation-minded re-use strategy, rather than demolition.
(Participants: Historians, preservationists, community residents, as well as residents of neighboring boroughs, politicians, possible FH celebrities, the media, & members of The Committee To Save The Trylon Theater.)
For more info: Art Deco Society of N.Y. at (212) 679-DECO or e-mail The website is www.artdeco.org
To sign the Trylon Theater petition, click or paste the following: http://www.PetitionOnline.com/Trylon/petition.html