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The National Amusements theater on the other side of the Whitestone bridge is is call College Point Multiplex Cinemas . If you check the zip call you’ll see 11357 not 11356 which is College Pt.
will be part of the new trademark cinemas
this was a former hoyt theater
The Criterion Cinemas is a fine example of what CT is all about
This theater was under the Lowes ’s banner when it was twinned an shut its doors. The AMC lowes Manmaouth Mall multiplex that replaced it is 15 screens not 16 screens
I remember during ‘70and '80s this thearter was known as the Rex cinema. or i’m thinkinking of another theater
paul your right it been years since i pass those theaters on bloomfield rd.
yes , after the orignal Lost Picture show closed in Union , Roberts leased the old RKO Royal twin in Bloomfield
Creative Entertainment was the booker for several indepenant theaters , Much like Lesser. THEy do not own or manage the theatres.
this theater was created new . I son’t know if there were any theatres in Hamton Bays past.
i think you thinking og Loews Columbus Square on the coner of broardway Central park South and Cenral Park west. It is now part of Trump tower i think
Does any know if this was a Mann’s theatre
the address of 115 Middleneck Road in great neck ny is the home of the squire theater a former UA house
HERE IS THE CINEMA HOMEPAGE http://www.moviesinmurray.com/
the resturant was called “On The Turnpike”
the last owners also operates the middletown discount cinemas in Middletown , NY
acocording to yahoo maps there an 16 screen multi-plex at that address
This theater close . It is not listed in regal’s web site
was this theater a RKO theater rather a century theater
I just want to expressthe wonderful service I received at
this theater. When wasthe last time the staff actually open the door when you enter the cinema. I hope all the other cinemas will follow suit
this theater has 10 screens PLEASE UPDATE
this cinema has 7 screens please update
it is run by the same people who own the movieworld cinemas in coram and mastic ny
this was orignal a hoyts theater but never made good in long island
the cinema 150 is a health club / gym
the extieror still has shape of the theater