Century's Prospect Theatre
41-10 Main Street,
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Previous Names: Loew's Prospect Theatre
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Located in the Flushing section of Queens. The Loew’s Prospect Theatre was a large single screen that opened in 1928 with 2,400-seats. It was designed by architect R. Thomas Short. It was equipped with an Austin 3 manual organ. It was extensively remodeled by Century Circuit Inc. in 1954, to the plans of architect John J. McNamara. It was twinned around 1974 and the downstairs screen was later split into two screen making it into three screens sometime in the late-1970’s. It was closed on September 11, 1986 screening Jeff Goldblum in “The Fly”, Johnathan Crombie in “Bullies” & Mike Norris in “Born American”. It was demolished in late-1986.
It was only a few blocks from the RKO Keith’s Theatre.
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