"1st Showing in Queens" (1933)

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New Idle Hour Theater

Idle Hour Theater

Long Island City, NY

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Taken on: September 27, 2006

Uploaded on: July 27, 2013

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"1st Showing in Queens" (1933)

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Comments (2)

Tinseltoes on July 27, 2013 at 7:17 am

“New” became temporarily attached when the old theatre was renovated during installation of sound equipment…Address of 12th Street & Jackson Avenue opposite St. John’s Hospital should be easy to trace…LIC, which included Sunnyside and Woodside, had many Irish residents, which probably explains the Idle Hour’s exclusive Queens engagement for that film.

Tinseltoes on July 27, 2013 at 7:30 am

I’ve posted a photo of St. John’s Hospital in the regular Comments section…It’s possible that it was taken by someone standing in front of the Idle Hour, which was reported to be opposite the hospital.

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