New Europe Theatre
1499 First Avenue,
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Showing German-language films at least as early as 1931 when it was known as UFA Cosmopolitan Deutsche Sprechfilm Theatre, this theatre allegedly began its life as a nickelodeon in 1909.
In 1932, it became known as the Tobis Theatre and would continue to show foreign-language films (often Hungarian) by that name until its next change, to Europe Theatre, in 1938.
The theatre underwent a final name change, to New Europe in 1947, and, beginning in 1953, became home to a Jehovah’s Witnesses church.
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