69th Street and Market Street,
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Architects: Edward Paul Simon
Firms: Simon & Simon
Previous Names: New Terminal Theatre
It was housed right next to one of the entrances (not the main entrance) of the 69th Street Terminal building. The New Terminal Theatre was opened October 14, 1936 with “The Big Noise” starring Guy Kibbee. It was operated by Stanley-Warner until the mid-1960’s when it was taken over by the Sameric Corporation. It was closed in the mid-1980’s.
I recall seeing all my favorite “B” horror movies there on a Saturday afternoon.
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