Tusten Theatre

210 Bridge Street,
Narrowsburg, NY 12764

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Nyce475
Nyce475 on January 23, 2006 at 12:12 am

I too worked at Ten Mile River and never did get into the theatre, despite everytime i wanted to the schedule didnt match the hectic schedule of a busy Camp Program Director… :)

Louella
Louella on October 23, 2005 at 11:43 am

>From Bernie L.
> Back in the 30’s before the “Park Theatre” merited a name, its primary use was as the town firehall. When they wanted to show a film, they rode the fire engine out into the street and parked it.
>From Bernie L.
> Back in the 30’s before the “Park Theatre” merited a name, its primary use was as the town firehall. When they wanted to show a film, they rode the fire engine out into the street and parked it. Which is maybe how the theatre later got its name (I don’t know of any park nearby). Anyhow, they then set up rows of folding chairs, and when it was dark enough, started the film. We didn’t get to see many movies in the ‘Burg, perhaps one or two per summer. The most memorable one for me was “Earthquake” with Clark Gable. Just at the moment that the earthquake hit San Francisco, a two-enngine Erie freight train came by, shaking the building,drowning out any dialogue and giving us much more realistic local effects than did the sound track,(From my friend Bernie L.)
Karl B.