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Bowtie took great care in maintenance and renovations so the theater maintain its classic appearance.
This is the website for this theater
The theater’s website hasn’t been updated . Have no idea what’s playing or its timetable.
Christmas comes early to Teneck. Grand reopening Friday 12/20/13
When I was last at the Ziefeld during the summertime did
Nighthawk the the theater are now independant . He is its website
Point of note: On the Regal website ,there’s no metion of the explansion and RPX under “grand openings”
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.