Adams is a gifted comedienne who demonstrated her skills in The Apartment (1960; with Jack Lemmon), Lover Come Back (1961; with Rock Hudson and Doris Day), and It's a Mad Mad Mad Mad World (1963).But TV viewers will always associate Adams with her husband Ernie Kovacs; the couple married in 1954 and worked together on The Ernie Kovacs Show. Adams remarried in 1964 and cooled her acting career somewhat in the late 1960s.
We offer great movies, good food, and peace and quiet on a continuous basis.
We have a 2000 square foot screen, clean restrooms, snack bar and clean parking lot.
This is pretty common in New York, where are a LOT of once great theaters have been gutted and repurposed, most often into churches, pharmacies and gyms.
I’ve stopped in quite a few hoping to find the rare gem that’s survived, but have only been disappointed time and again.
But something immediately stuck out about the Tabernacle of Prayer church. I also love that headressed figure on the right: But was the interior as well preserved?
What a gloriously stunning facade: The entire front is dripping with swirls of ornamentation, a whimsical blend of Spanish and Mexican baroque design – with an aquatic emphasis? Or was this another case of a beautiful facade masking a lifeless interior?
As a reminder for everyone coming to the Drive-In, please come early on weekends, we will fill up fast.
We have a designated play area for your children, it’s either the area in front of the screen or the area at the rear behind the cable. Please remember to support your drive-in by buying your snacks from us in the snack bar; the money we take in at the box office goes to pay for the movie rental and transportation fees.
Could this possibly have survived into the 21st century?