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September 12, 2012


David Licata

Great post! I love when a theater employee does this. It brings a smile to my face and I always applaud and thank them.

One theater nicety that I haven't seen in a while: curtains being drawn to reveal the screen. I think the Zeigfeld might still do this. I seem to remember sitting in the Worldwide (that cheap theater in midtown that doesn't exist anymore) in the 90s and seeing previews on the screen. Then the curtain closing, then opening again and the feature playing. It was something of a treat.

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