Vogue Theatre

1455 Coney Island Avenue,
Brooklyn, NY 11230

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robboehm on October 18, 2020 at 1:34 pm

What was the relationship with Loew’s? Century assumed management of a number of their theaters and they Century’s? Interestingly in later years Loew’s was looking to acquire Century. Eventually absorbed by RKO.

rivest266 on October 18, 2020 at 10:30 am

This reopened as Vogue on February 5th, 1937. Grand opening ad posted

robboehm on August 28, 2019 at 7:09 pm

Uploaded a 1930 Century ad when it was still the Manor.

priscianusjr on November 18, 2008 at 4:04 pm

We lived on East 10th between L and M, right around the block. I remember when the Vogue closed. It sat there closed for a while before they did the alteration. A lot of theatres were closing in those days, but in our neighborhood the Midwood and the Elm survived. I’m quite sure the conversion to an old age home was done in the mid-1950s, not the early 1960s.

Astyanax on February 23, 2008 at 6:24 pm

Great 1947 photo of the Vogue. Too bad that the structure that replaced it is so nondescript and adds nothing to the streetscape.

Ken Roe
Ken Roe on July 19, 2006 at 11:04 pm

A couple of photographs I took in June 2006(apologies for the delivery truck out front which seemed to be going nowhere fast!):

judithblumenthal on July 19, 2006 at 12:26 pm

Thank you, Warren for your photo of the Vogue. I passed it on to my childhood friend Rose who is now living in Oregon, who, I’m sure will remember our teenage stabs at sophistication —watching fabulous foreign movies at this lovely theatre. Francesca

Ken Roe
Ken Roe on August 28, 2005 at 12:16 pm

First listed in Film Daily Yearbook;1927 edition. It was the Manor Theatre with a seating capacity given as 1,700.

judithblumenthal on August 28, 2005 at 11:43 am

As I remember it, the Vogue was the first neighborhood theatre to show foreign films after World War II. My teenage friends and I were thrilled to see Italian and French movies with subtitles—and especially a Russian film called “The Stone Flower”. We had such a crush on its hero that I even remember his name: Vladimir Druzhnekov! So to us The Vogue Theater was our special schoolhouse—a place that made us feel worldly and sophisticated.

William on November 17, 2003 at 3:06 pm

The Vogue Theatre was located at 1455 Coney Island Ave. and it seated 1376 people.

philipgoldberg on November 8, 2002 at 9:49 am

It was named the Manor and the Vogue in its theater days.