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New Yorker

2409 Broadway

Upper West Side

(closed May 1985)

 

Originally opened in the early 1900’s as the 955-seat Aldelphi Theatre and was later renamed the Yorktown Theatre where it be-came the “go to” theatre on the Upper West Side.  It was a revival theater house and even had a sign-in book where patrons often left complaints about the projector and more.  Like most of these NYC single screen theatres, it was “twinned” in 1978 leaving 390 seats in one and 412 in the other.  But like others followed, this gem closed too in May of 1985.

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