Movie Theaters I went to growing up in New York City

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Here are some pictures of Movie Theaters in the Bronx and Manhattan I used to frequent while living in New York City. Some pics are recent and others are a bit older. (I’m trying not to date myself) Enjoy!

– Vic

The Loews Paradise Bronx, New York

Loews American in Parkchester, Bronx, New York

Palace Movie Theater, Parkchester, Bronx, New York

The Valentine, Fordham Road, Bronx, New York

The Zeigfeld, Manhattan, New York

Loews West End, Manhattan, New York

Loews Lincoln Square, Manhattan, New York

The Interboro, Bronx, New York

The Circle Theater, Parkchester, New York

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14 comments

    • Cool! I’m glad you loved it, Misty. It was fun. I have so many fond memories of seeing so many awesome (and some really godawful) movies in these beautiful theaters. Thanks for reading and stopping by. πŸ˜€

  1. Life long in New York and I think I have been to the Bronx like 5 times in my life lol. Same for Queens. Only went there when I would go to Met games. Mostly in the 80s. Last time I was in queens was 96 for a Mets game.

    Mostly I am on Staten Island. I grew up in Brooklyn, but barley go there anymore.

    • Been to Queens a few times as well as Staten Island too. I lived in the Bronx and Manhattan was my stomping grounds for a long time. Been to so many Comic cons and Movie cons and premieres. Had a blast. I think I may do more posts involving Movie Theaters across the country too.

    • I would love to, thanks. I was thinking of doing a post on the more elegant and beautifully structured Theaters of Manhattan and The Bronx of the early 30’s and 40’s. Thanks for reading!

    • thanks bro! I must say that I took those awesome theaters for granted back then but now living in Upstate New York I long once in a while for them and re-living the days of awesome movies on those huge screens. Thanks for stopping by, I’m glad you liked the post!

    • Thank you Andy! I took them a bit for granted while growing up there and practically living in them lol. Now, though, I miss them terribly. I do wish to re-visit them one day though. (The ones that are still around anyway) Thanks for stopping by!

      • I wish I had more classic looking theaters around me growing up. The “art house” theaters that remain are not using their unique setting to their full advantage and I miss having classic theaters around.

      • Ah, I see. We have 2 Art House Theaters here in Rochester but the more classic theaters are gone. It’s too bad. We have nothing but mall theaters and mega-plexes. Ugh. Oh well. Better than nothing I suppose.

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