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Liberty Theatre, NYC, 1973

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American Grindhouse is a documentary detailing the history of grindhouse and exploitation cinema from it’s birth in 1913 through years of changing themes to the modern day, identifying why it came about and the legacy left behind. There are interviews and soundbites from many of the people involved and film clips showing some of the more famous, or infamous, examples of the genre. gore and violence of the 1970’s.

One Way Ticket To Hell (aka Teenage Devil Dolls) theater marquee.

Gilded Age NYC, The New Amsterdam Theatre. As it appeared in Constructed by the architectural firm of, Hertz & Tallant. Location: 214 W. It is the oldest Broadway theater, in operation.

GRINDHOUSE THEATER PHOTOS (TAGGED IMAGES ONLY)

See how poor white trash live at the Liberty, Street

1970s NYC Sloans Supermarket vintage photo NEW YORK CITY 3rd Avenue | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

1970s NYC Sloans Supermarket vintage photo NEW YORK CITY 3rd Avenue | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

42dSt-LIBERTY NIght-1985 copy

Black & White NYC Street Photography by Matt Weber

Selvyn theatre entrance

Circa 1993 Mimesis Project in vestibule and lobby

Lyric Theatre (42nd Street) - New York City (Byron Company, 1903)

Lyric Theatre Street) - New York City (Byron Company,

1900's New York City street cleaner.

A two-horse team street cleaner, with sprayer, squeegee, and roller at rear. (Courtesy NYC Municipal Archives) # Historic Photos From the NYC Municipal Archives - In Focus - The Atlantic

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