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Inside the Loew’s 46th St. Theater

Inside the Loew’s 46th St. Theater

When it first opened under the name “Universal Theater” on October 9th, 1927, the Brooklyn Daily Eagle reported “one of the most disorderly first nights ever witnessed in Brooklyn.” Many resorted to clambering up the fire escape to gawk at the wonders within. Continue reading

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