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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.
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 website:
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
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