New City Cinema 6
202 S. Main Street,
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New City Cinema 6 (Official)
Previous Names: Town Theatre, New City Cinemas, Bow-Tie Cinemas Fine Arts, Main Street Cinemas
Opened as the single screen Town Theatre on April 8, 1966 with “The Ugly Dachsound” & Walt Disney’s “Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree”. Located in the corner of the ‘L’ in the L shaped Clarkstown Plaza strip mall. Split into 2 screens on July 3, 1981. Owned by Brandt Theaters until the late-1980’s. On February 15, 1991 it became the New City Cinema 6.
Around 1995 the owner was Nelson-Ferman Theatres. In 1998 it was taken over by Clearview Cinemas and became New City Cinemas. In June 2013 Bow-Tie Cinemas took over when they took most Clearview locations. On November 1, 2013 it was renamed Bow Tie Cinemas Fine Arts, and changed from screening first run movies to independent and foreign movies. Around 2017 Bow-Tie let the lease go and it was taken over by Main Street Cinemas. That venture was short lived and it then became New City Cinema 6 once again, and survived the pandemic!
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