Carnegie Hall Cinema
881 7th Avenue,
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This was a cute cinema tucked under the famed Carnegie Hall. It had a moderate size cinema and then a screening room size cinema on the lobby level all on the side entrance on 7th Avenue of the landmark. It opened on May 28, 1961 with the American premiere of Maria Schell in “White Nights”(Le Notti Bianche) and showed indie films. In the early-1970’s it was screening gay porn movies.
It closed for a while and then reopened under Cineplex Odeon management on June 19, 1997 then closed again on October 27, 1997. It was gutted and turned into added concert hall space named Zankel Hall which has seating for 599.
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