72nd Street Playhouse
350 East 72nd Street,
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The 72nd Street Playhouse opened in 1914. By the early-1940’s it had been renamed Granada Theatre and was operated by the Interboro chain. Small plush neighborhood theater on the upper east side between Lexington Avenue and Third Avenue or Third Avenue and Second Avenue, which I recall from the 1950’s that, for a time, it played RKO reissues.
Seating was very comfortable with red or maroon velvet seats similar in style to those at the Roxy Theatre and Radio City Music Hall. Theater has been demolished.
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