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Great theater with comfortable reclinder seats and $1.00 hot dogs. Their admission prices are cheaper than other multiplexes in the area
I argree with Bill.
Will reopen soon as the Apollo Cinemas
This was the last theater in NYC that still maintained its glory even after renovations. I can imanaging that my folks or my grandparents walking through its doors.
Here is the theater’s website http://www.montgomerycinemas.com
Here is the theater website:
Here is the website for this cinema http://vmoviegrill.com
UA ran the theater
Its good to have a new company in the NYC area. I’m sick and tired of AMC and Regal popping out new theaters. It nice that there’s no more territories.
This was never a Loews. You must be confused by the AMC/Loews Stonybook 17 in Long Island NY
I beleive that Loews is a brand of AMC . In NYC the Loews name goes back for nearly a century. The newspaper listings usually says AMC Loews so and so cinema
Cablevision is still looking for a buyer . in the meantime I hope it takes a long long time
Please update # of screens to 9 .
This was a Loews when it closed.
This was a Loews when it closed
This is the theater’s website.
Rayson: The Creekside is under Franks Theatre banner
This theater was never a Crown property.
Crown was never under the protectection of bancruptcy court. A majority of its theaters was sold to Bow Tie
Seth Basacas that was one of the best speehes on the love of the theatre and cinema I’ve ever heard.
The only other theaters with a theme moniff are the Movico/Cinemark24 in Maryland (Egyptain), and Westbrook 12 in Westbrook CT (Sci-Fi).Im sure there’s more. The Soundview is a good anternitive to the mega multiplexes
The 3 screen Kinnelon Arts center will close prior to the Bow Tie take over
Soon will be on the Management of Bow Tie cinemas
I remember thatwhen it was the Austin back in the 60’s 70’s they play similar stuff with the Mayfair in Fresh Meadows. Did they both had the same owner?
Bow Tie will manage the theateras its own probaly to the end of its lease.It will be up to Cablevision to determed it fate . I can see it as a live theater venue like Radio City Music Hall and the Beacon theater for smaller acts.