Fox IV Theater
3364 E. 51st Street,
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Previous Names: Fox Country Club Theater, Mann Fox Plaza Theater, Mann Fox Twins, Fox Cinema 1 & 2, Fox Dollar Cinema
News About This Theater
The Fox Country Club Theater was located at E. 51st Street and S. Harvard Avenue and went through a number of names. It started out with a single screen 2,000-seat theater, opening on November 23, 1966 with Michael Caine in “Alfie”. It originally featured a Cinerama auditorium. The last film shown on that screen before it was twinned was “2001: A Space Odyssey”. It was taken over by Mann Theatres on April 3, 1973 and twinned on December 25, 1975 becoming the Mann Fox Twins. On June 22, 1984 it was taken over by General Cinema Corp and was renamed Fox Cinema 1 & 2. On September 12, 1991 it became the Fox Dollar Cinema. It was closed in 1992. In 1993 it was converted into 4-screens and reopened reopened as the Fox IV Theater on August 6, 1993. It was closed on September 30, 1998. The building now operates as a tanning salon and gymnasium.
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