640 Pelham Parkway S,
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Previously operated by: Brandt Theaters
Architects: William I. Hohauser
This small second-run movie house was located on Pelham Parkway South, between White Plains Road and Bolton Street. The Globe Theater was opened in 1946, the first post-war movie theatre to open in the Bronx, and the marquee letters read ‘New Yorks First Post War Theatre, Healthfully Air Conditioned’. Seating in the auditorium was all on a single floor.
The Globe Theater was a second run-movie theatre, and later became an adult movie theater, then reverted back to second-run movies. It became a furniture store, and later a Green Apple supermarket. In the summer of 2019 the theatre is vacant and ‘For Lease’. By December 2020 it was in use as a supermarket.
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