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Tinight at 7:15 PM, American sniper The excellent film,starring Bradley Cooper. Come on down to a real beautiful 90 year old movie palace.
The drinks are ice cold. The popcorn pop fresh right before your eyes.
Don’t forget tomorrow, Thursday come to a real movie theater, the iconic
Lafayette. 90+ years in operation. American Sniper is getting rave reviews , sure to be ranked as one of the best movies of the year.
Show time 7:15 PM. Come down a little early and get a good seat grab some fresh popped popcorn as well.
technically yes it’s not a sneak preview but it is a special Thursday night showing, at a real classic movie palace,90 years in operation. A much nicer, experience all-around versus going to a multiplex.
Hot off the presses! The critically alcaimed movie starring Bradley Cooper.
American Sniper, Will be opening at the Lafayette theater. This Thursday the 15th there will be a special sneak preview one day before it officially opens exclusively at this beautiful movie palace. Show time 7:15 PM Thursday the 15th.So mark your calendar now and come down Thursday night.there are many good restaurants to choose from. So come on and have dinner before the show
I went to see out of the woods for the 7:30 PM screening I New Year’s Day January 1, 2015. There was a very good attendance I’m happy to report. Looked like to me about 550 people. Quite a good turnout.
Sadly they did not use the curtains. I want to find a manager after the show to ask them why they did not use the curtains, because they were used for the 70 mm showing of interstellar in November 2014.I had to hustle to make the train back home. Here a tip to save on the $15 admission. BJ’s Wholesale Club as well as Cosco or if you’re AAA member. You have the option of buying tickets for any bowtie cinema. They only cost seven dollars. Then when you bring the voucher to the box office at the Ziegfeld. You pay one dollar surcharge. So that’s $8.00 vs & 15 quite a savings.
The Banff Mountain film Festival, the wild and scenic film festival along with the Jewish film Festival are special events to look forward to at the beautiful Lafayette theater. As well as a special concert, On May 28 Neil Berg’s 100 years of Broadway. Sure to be a sellout.As well as first run movies and the classic movie series Saturday mornings beginning again on April 11, 2015.
The Gambler starring Mark Wahlberg and John Goodman. It’s a very good movie. A dialogue driven drama. Ignore some of the poor views and go see the movie it is well worth it. Screens at the Lafayette theater Saturday the 10th at 4:00 pm and 7:00. Sunday the 11th, at 4 PM and 7 PM. Final show in the one week only run, Thursday the 15th at 7 PM.
This is a very nice place to go see a movie. It was a real old Playhouse from the 40s. I theater upstairs had a decent size screen and a small section of leftover balcony seats that you could sit in. The downstairs theater also was a nice size. Really hope they can keep it as a theater maybe do what Jacob burns does show art house movies. Bowtie also didn’t, renovate and put digital into the Mamaroneck playhouse. I theater back from 1927. Both play houses in Mamaroneck and Bedford should be used for movies or live events. Not left sitting empty or turned into retail or housing
The final screening of the Hobbit-Battle Of The Five ArmiesWill be Thursday at 7:00 PM
Beginning on Friday Jan 9th will beThe Gambler-staring Mark WalbergFOR ONE WEEK ONLY.
American Sniper- with Bradley Cooper
Opens Friday the 16th.
Exciting things are happening at the Lafayette theater for 2015.
The Banff Mountain film Festival, the wild and scenic film festival as well as the Jewish film Festival. Dates to be announced shortly.
As well as the best first-run movies at the lowest price in Rockland County.
Popcorn popped fresh, in kosher oil before each show.
The beloved classic movie series, on Saturday mornings, will resume on April 11, 2015.
Lots of exciting things will be happening at the Lafayette theater in 2015
The Banff Mountain film Festival. The wild and scenic film festival. The Jewish film Festival. As well as great first run movies.
Spring classic movie season, begins on April 11, 2015.
I went to the theater and saw the night at the museum three
Secrets of the tomb. The theater has a very nice look, the 50s style
As it was open in 1947. Big screen, slightly curved,
Sounds very good and clear. They are still running movies in 35mm.
Studios still sending out some limited prints. But they hope to get a digital projector in the near future. They’re having a lot of live shows on the weekends, local bands. They are open Friday through Sunday at this time.
Down to this great classic theater Great place to see a movie, admission price only seven dollars for first run movie. Concession stand lots of yummy candy, hot fresh popcorn cold cold drinks.
The hobbit battle of the five armies. Continues at the Lafayette theater and second big week, held over by popular demand. See it today at 1:30 PM, 4:45 PM, 8 PM. Come one half hour before, Showtime on Friday and Saturday nights and be treated to a concert on the mighty Wurlitzer pipe organ. Popcorn popped fresh before your eyes, and kosher oil, Coca-Cola products at the fountain. The experience of going to a grand old movie palace can’t be matched by any other venue.
Gone Girl begins-at the iconic Lafayette TONIGHT Oct 3rd
Getting 4 and 5 star reviews!
Show times 7:30 Friday 1:30 4:45 and 8:00pm Saturday and Sunday
Come hear a 30 minute pre-show concert on the mighty organ starting at 7:00pm Fri night7:30Sat evening
Yes the 75th Anniversary version of The Wizard Of Oz will show on Oct 11
The Critically Acclaimed Motion Picture BOYHOOD Opens THIS Friday the Aug 29th At The Historic Lafayette!
Sure to be nominated for an Oscar!
Come out to a real Movie Palace to see this fine film!
Show times Friday 7:00pm Saturday and Sunday 3:00 pm and 7:00 pm!
True Silver Screen! Popcorn popped Fresh and hot right in front of your eyes !
Stunning neon marque welcomes you into the theatre
Organ concert 30 minutes before evening shows Friday and Saturday nite
WHY GO ANYWHERE ELSE!?!?!??!?!??!?!?!????!?!?!?
September 21 Sunday. Will be the 3rd 90th Anniversary Celebration. ET- The Extra Terrestrial will be the film shown! Admission $.25!!! Same as when the GRAND old girl opened in 1924!!!
Do NOT miss it!
A Hundred Foot Journey IS now playing at The Lafayette Theatre. A excellent mid summer film. Goood acting and a smart, funny script.
Catch it this week and next weekend!
I URGE ALL Cinema Treasure and Movie Palace fans to COME OUT to The Lafayette Theatre! For Not only CLASSIC films and special events. But the FIRST RUN FILMS!
The Lafayette wants and NEEDS more folks to fill the seats for regular films!
THE Sound system has been upgraded.Best it has been in the decades. Clear crisp and not overly loud. AC cool and comfortable, wo freezing one out.
New Silver Screen, images pop off the screen.
Popcorn Fresh popped at each show. Organ concert before Fri and Sat evening show. Stunning Neon Marque.
Lowest Prices $10.00 for 2D Films $13.00 for 3-D
No 20 minutes of adds to sit thru! You wont be HIT with 6-8 annoying loud previews!
So by-pass the muti-plex. Drive a little out of your way! IT IS WORTH IT!
Sadly the Horror Thorn will NOT be making a return. Nelson Page was the one who did that every year. 2012 was the last year it was done. Page retired and left The Lafayette in July 2013.
It did not make a lot of $$$ but was a Beloved series.
Last chance Tonight to see Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes
Tomorrow starts Guardians Of The Galaxy!
Looks to be one of the BEST BIG SUMMER movies! The sound system has been upgraded and is now outstanding! Just the right level without being too loud or ear piercing.
Cool AC! Big Bright BIG TRUE Silver Screen! The film just POPS OFF the screen
Plus a organ concert before the Sat Friday and Sat evening shows!
TRULY THE BEST SHOW IN TOWN!
Here is the schedule for the fall films series!
October 11th Gone With The Wind (1939)
October 18th Casablanca (1942)
October 25th On The Waterfront (1954)
November 1st The Phantom Of The Opera (1925) (silent film)
November 8th West Side Story (1961)
November 15th Godfather II (1974)
November 22nd Amadeus (1984)
November 29th Unforgiven (1992)
December 6th Chicago (2002)
December 13th It’s A Wonderful Life (1946) (Christmas Special)
Sunday June 22nd will be the 2nd of 4 90th Anniversary Celebrations at the theatre! Willie Wonka circa 1971 will show starting at 2:00pm. However get there EARLY as 300 people were turned away for the Wizard Of OZ On March 2. The line was LONG at noon!
It WILL be a great time for ALL. Bring the kids!