The historic Kings Theater movie palace, built in the Flatbush section of Brooklyn by Loew’s in 1929, was profiled in this 1979 TV documentary. Economic times forced it to close its doors in the late 1970’s, and its future looked dim at the time this film was made, but the theater has now been completely restored to its former glory and currently operates as a first-class performing arts center.
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