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The owner of the property has granted the theater a reprieve http://www.timesledger.com/stories/2014/50/sunnysidetheater_tl_2014_12_12_q.html
The place is a gridhouse . How it lasted is anybody guess.
I doubt this theater ever existed. I believed the poster is confused with the Whitestone multiplex witch also had 14 screens. The area is the least disirible of the Bronx.
This theater is under the management of Carmike cinemas
This theater is under the management of Carmike cinema. Please change
Why the reason for the change?
Its a penny less at the Raceway cinemas
Was this ever was a twin ?
This place went through a cheap renovation. You see the wires for the recliners stick out and a post where you plugged in the recliners. You see the footprint of the former row of seats. The just touch up rather than to paint the floor.
This is the website for the theater. http://www.fritztowncinema.com/
This theater is now operated by Regal Cinemas
There are 9 cinemas in this complex. Please update
This is the website for the theater
The theater got refurbished with stadium seating recliners, new carpet and new entrance for the theaters.
Starplex did wonders to their NJ theaters
George: The Kent theater is now a supermarket
The theater will close at the end of business tomorrow 4/17/14 http://westfaironline.com/62222/mamaroneck-playhouse-to-close-thursday/
It is not listed on R/c theaters website.
I wonder if their other theaters in NJ doing . Is the Empire 12 (formally Columbia Park 12) is theirs. The theater website lokks the sameas the Mallory Brook 9.
Note: the theatre’s website is dead. It is showing a movie 2.5 years .
Maybe they will put in reclinders .
All Big cinemas in the NY market are close. They were dumb enough to play bollywood flicks and thus limit its audience. I wont be suprised how much their theaters were rundown as they put zero dollars.
It is not listed on the theater’s website
The ticket stub wasn’t from the Film forum
Bowtie took great care in maintenance and renovations so the theater maintain its classic appearance.