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Its a junk store now.
Ed Solero I put that title up LOL
Has demo on the interior begun?
The nutty Staehles should be invited to opening night
This theatre never caught on which is strange since it became the only game in town after all the 3rd Ave closings. I wonder if the 59 St. East is going to get primo bookings now?
The balcony is probably still intact above the store in the auditorium.
I would love to see a picture of this as a theatre
any news on this?
Still suprises me it closed with ZERO competition
Clearview is letting this place fall apart at least on the outside. The marquee is mostly burned out so the cram all the letters to where the lights still work. In addition a lot of their letters are broken or the wrong size.
1978 as Cityline not the Earle
Why have they never played the 70mm Cleopatra print?
It would have to be a non-profit or a foundation, the weekly nut at the Ziegfeld is HUGE.
We have nothing like them here. The Film Forum programs great but lets face it the cinemas are tiny as are the screens.
I used to go to the movies once a week but now maybe once a month because of the garbage product. I loved IMAX until they started making IMAX screens that were half the size of the original. I still travel to the Ziegfeld for the festivals or if anything of quality plays there. I have attended the theatre since it opened and have always felt the screen is way to small to really impress. I always hoped they would put in a huge wall to wall curved screen that could give us an experience similar to the Music Hall.
I never realized the top of the vertical had this wonderful neon capitol
The place looks great
I watched an old flick on TCM called “The Marrying Kind” starring Judy Holliday and Aldo Ray. They go the Route 110 Drive-In and there is actual footage of the huge marquee. If anyone had this film on DVD it would be great to take screen shots.
Some pics when it was open
Love those crowds in the picture :)
@robboehn One of the pictures shows the front all draped for the wide Cinemascope screen
I used to love re-issues.
This was one of the jewels of the Century circuit for many years
Any thoughts on why Loew’s didn’t want this theatre?
I never knew the neighborhood run was that rigid on one week playdates on the first tier. I guess when pictures still had strong legs the second and third tier really benefitted.