4601 New Utrecht Avenue,
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Built before World War I, this movie house was medium sized. It had no balcony. During the late 1940’s and 50’s the Garden was known by neighborhood children as “the Dump”. By then it was showing B- and C- grade films. The more elegant, Loew’s 46th Street (formerly the Universal, built in the 1920’s) was across the street from it.
Before air conditioning, the Garden featured a roof that opened at night.
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