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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
Please change the Status to Closed.
There homes taking up the property. You ’ll never know there was a theater once there.
Can some change the map . It shows Parsons BLVD in Whitestone NY (11357) 5 miles away.
Alamo drafthouse Cinemas will be taking over the operation of this theater ,planning to open during the holidays. This and the former Metro theater Manhattan , nyc area will have 2 Alamo cinemas.
Here is a link to the Anouncement from Alamo’s website
Has there ever been a successful Bollywood theater It usaully former chain theaters that were runned to the ground.
I ment iconic The snake cans game is therere a row of cans ,one with a bouquet of flow to denote the winne the rest have snake that pops up when the can is open. withethe flowers you win the grand prize
I remember that Wonderama The vIrconic children program on WNEW in the 70-80’s did a road show at this theater.I took part in the snake cans game which I lost.
There are 12 Screens in this complex, not 7. Please change.
Funny . Im live in Queens and the times of showings is not in New York papers , but other N/A theaters in Westchester are.
If it said Regal Cinemas changes are that it was a former UA property
Here is their new website http://creativecinemasllc.com
Thanks Saps . The link never hyper-link
Here is an article of Alamo coming to NYC http://fantasticfest.com/blog/entry/alamo_drafthouse_goes_to_new_york
According to the Ny PostAlamo Drafthouse aquirred the leaseof 2-3 business to make it a 5 plex
Scott for most of its Life The Brentwood was UATC . I don’t think General Cinemas had theaters in Long Island
Its a discount house with tickets ranges from$1.00 to 2.00. They may hardly have no money for maitenance.
On the last weekend before Clearview Cinemas closed the theater , no one on staff was there to open the theater.I think it was their was to give the company the finger.
Its still there
This theater is under the ownership of Carmike cinemas.
Here is the website for this theater http://www.zurichcinemas.com/