Loew's Gates Theatre
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Purpose built in 1921, as a movie/stage presentation theatre, the Loew’s Gates Theatre was opened on November 21, 1921 with Bert Lytell in “Alias Lady Fingers” & Buster Keaton in “Hard Luck”. There was vaudeville on the stage and opening night was attended by a host of movie stars. It was equipped with a Moller 3 manual 17 rank theatre organ. This large and still well-maintained Loew’s house was one of Broooklyn’s many Broadway theatres that are now either closed or gone. It closed on July 13, 1977 as a movie house.
Today the theatre is restored and well maintained by a church that currently uses the theatre.
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