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Like one of the old Trans-Lux newsreel cinemas
So sad a true piece of Americana
The East side used to be a BOOMING movie area. Other then the 3 films playing at Cinema 1-2-3 couldn’t this theatre have its pick of releases?
Wow I saw this double feature here. I LOVED this place
How very sad I hope it survives
Wow 12 seats thats really tiny.
The new marquee is DISGUSTING. If you don’t know its a movie theatre driving by on the LIE you wont now.
Talk about an opportunity to open theatres. All of the Bronx has only 2 theatres? We have 3 theatres just in Forest Hills.
If City Cinemas (who used to operate this) or another operator who could get good product came here they might make a go of it. Even though the days of the single screen are over, the neighborhood is painfully under screened. I ran this theatre many eons ago and hate to see it close.
I thought someone who worked at the Glenwood said it had no air conditioning?
Its a junk store now.
Ed Solero I put that title up LOL
Has demo on the interior begun?
The nutty Staehles should be invited to opening night
This theatre never caught on which is strange since it became the only game in town after all the 3rd Ave closings. I wonder if the 59 St. East is going to get primo bookings now?
The balcony is probably still intact above the store in the auditorium.
I would love to see a picture of this as a theatre
any news on this?
Still suprises me it closed with ZERO competition
Clearview is letting this place fall apart at least on the outside. The marquee is mostly burned out so the cram all the letters to where the lights still work. In addition a lot of their letters are broken or the wrong size.
1978 as Cityline not the Earle
Why have they never played the 70mm Cleopatra print?
It would have to be a non-profit or a foundation, the weekly nut at the Ziegfeld is HUGE.