New Cinema Playhouse
125 W. 42nd Street,
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Previous Names: 41st Street Theatre, Filmmakers' Cinematheque
This was a small cinema within the Wurlitzer Building that opened around 1966-67 and specialized in “experimental” films. Some of the first Andy Warhol features were shown there, as well as Shirley Clarke’s “Portrait of Jason”. The entrance was originally at 125 W. 41st Street, but moved to 120 W. 42nd Street where it was easier to find. I don’t think it survived for too many years.
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