1933 NYC Roxy Theatre Programme Review pamphlet

$20.00 CAD

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Roxy Theatre Programme 7th Avenue and 50th Street NYC,

Packed with entertainment and NYC advertising:

  • Hot Grill Sandwiches 15¢
  • “TARZAN The Fearless” starring Buster Crabbe (movie)
  • Call for entries for “Miss New York 1933”
  • Walt Disney’s Silly Symphony “Three Little Pigs” (movie)
  • Mystic Gypsy Tavern with ‘Stella the wonder girl’
  • RKO-Radio presents “The Big Brain” with Fay Wray
  • Tootsie Rolls
  • Hotel Chesterfield “A fine New York Hotel for only $2 a day!”

16 pages.

5-3/8” X 8”


The Roxy Theatre was a 5,920 seat movie theater located at 153 West 50th Street between 6th and 7th Avenues, just off Times Square in New York City. It opened on March 11, 1927 with the silent film The Love of Sunya, produced by and starring Gloria Swanson. The huge movie palace was a leading Broadway film showcase through the 1950s and was also noted for its lavish stage shows. It closed and was demolished in 1960.