34th Street East Theatre
241 E. 34th Street,
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A former single-screen neighborhood movie theatre, located directly across the street from the former Loews 34th Street Theatre showplace.
A conversion of a power station, the 34th Street East Theatre was opened on July 16, 1963 with Richard Harris in “This Sporting Life”. It was operated by Walter Reade-Stirling Theatres. Showing mostly upscale fare during its run, it closed it doors in September of 1997 with the decidedly downscale “Kull the Conqueror”.
The space served as a lecture hall to Yeshiva University’s Geraldine Schottenstein Cultural Center. By early-2016 they had moved out and it was being demolished.
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