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When I was there a few times in the late Seventies it was just called “The 54th St. Theatre. I believe it was on 54th between Broadway and Seventh. The first time I went there they showed a "Premiere” feature starring Al Parker. When the first film was over they brought up lights and introduced Al Parker, the star of the film and had a Q & A session. Everyone was terribly uncomfortable with the lights up and no one really had anything to ask Al other than “How do you get it up if you’re not attracted to your co-star” Al said the co-star of this film was his lover. In the Eighties I used to see all on Castro Street in San Francisco wearing the sandpapered jeans that outlined his huge schong going down one leg of his 501’s, you could see it from a block away. Unfortunaltely, I think he died in the late eights.
The 54th Theatre had a “Behind the screen lounge” which was behind the screen and served as a “back-room” I remember leaving there with a hunky trucker once. Hot very hot! Would love to hear more dirt, I’m on FB