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This theater opened by B.S. Moss
The theater is on 3 levels, Cinemas 1-2 on the ground level, 3-4-5 on the upper level, 6-7 on the lower level. Each level had its own ticket taker (usher).
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The theater has reserved seater and reclinders like you get at AMC dine in theaters.Thry don’t have a restarunt but hot food like chicken fingers.They have Coke freestyle and the upstair concession stand is close permently. Very nice makeover.
This was built as a Cineplex Odeon. Later on it was taken over by Carmike. I don’t have a timeline.
It is not listed on the Regal website. The theater is an underperfomer not getting the top hits. I doubt it another chain will pick it up . It will probaly be made retail.
At this time of the year some theaters to control thier costs will close during the day and open on the weekends. I’m sure this theater is under use during the week
In the film “ Searching for Sugerman” ,there is a passing shot of the Colonial theater
Some Google street views were taken 3-4 years ago
They recently upgrade to digital . Their concessions is cheaper than the major chains. .Besuure to get there early .
Paktype: You betcha, I only go there in the afternoon ,never in the evening.
WebMaster Please update this theater as closed.
This theater is closed once again. Bad booking and not getting the top movies did not generate enough revenue for this theater. Also BCG gave back the lease back to Nelson Page who owns http://bigscreenclassics.com
I was told by the Asst. manager of the Bay terrace 6 that the Fresh Meadows will have Stadium seating
Some of Starplex cinemas were former Cinemarks.
Raysson: Are you sure its a Galaxy Theater. It not listed on their website.
This is something new, a multiplex that reduced its theaters by 40%
Theater 1 and 2 are facing the lobby. Theater entrance islrft of theater#1 and goes to the entrace of theater. #4 is back of the concessions stand.
This was a General Cinema theater
Is the name of this theater reduntant
Garth, if memory served me correctly The Savage is Loose had its year long engagement at the former D.W. Griffith theater down the blockfrom Manhatten Twin.
To the Webmaster: This theat is closed and renovating . Please change the status
To Joe Vogel: Lesser was a booking agent for the independant theater owners in the NYC area. They don’t own any theaters .
Will it make any difference if the deed was done at 2:00 PM.
Please change related website to http://www.funtimecinemas.com There are now the operators of Kendig Square 6