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any news as to when it will open? anyone?
I remember so anxiously waiting to see the premier of Superman and the only thing that calmed me down was the great architecture. I saw other great movies lie Starwars :)
One thing i remeber about all these old theatres are the restrooms they were huge and beautiful alomost scary. I remember this theatre looking the same as it did when i was a kid. Too bad i cant see it.
When was the last time you were in the Tower Theatre? and also remember the little theatre next to the restrooms. I loved to hang around the basement but it was very dark and scary, but that staircase was awesome i loved looking at it. As a kid i remember everthing being so huge and now i wonder if it still is? Is there anyway of getting a tour of this and other theatres?
how do you know so much about The Million dollar? and all the other theaters of which i remember quite vividly as a kid in the 70’s. I remember there was a spanish store right next door to the theatre of which i think it was a pharmacy or bodega? I remember that corner was always so busy!!! i loved all the caos. But the one main reason i remember that theatre is because of my grandmother of whom loved to join all her loved ones to meet and have a good time. And sad to say some of our family members were aliens to the U.S. and when they crossed the border, we would all meet them at The Million Dollar and exchange hugs and kisses of loved ones we had not seen in over 10 years, and walk down to Cliftons and have a great dinner.:(……I’m sorry if this upsets anyone, But i’ve never shared this with anyone. I always wished to live above the great theatre and look at the street and hold on to those great memories of grandmother of whom has passed away.
my whole family enjoyed watching spanish movies and very famous spanish singers like Vicente Fernandez and Juan Gabriel. We always had a blast but i always remeber The Million Dollar because of its beautiful architecture!