Montclair Residents Hoping To Save Beloved Movie Theater

Montclair Residents Hoping To Save Beloved Movie Theater


CENTURY. SOME RESIDENTS ARE HOPING THERE IS STILL TIME FOR A SEQUEL. Reporter: OLD PHOTOGRAPHS, GENERATIONS OF MONTH CLAIRE MEMORIES REPLACED BY A BLANK MARQUEE. I WAS WALKING DOWN THERE AND MY HEART SANK TO SEE THE BLANK UP THERE. Reporter: MICHAEL IS ONE OF THOUSANDS OF RESIDENTS DEVASTATED BY THE BELVIEU THEATERS ANNOUNCEMENT TO CLOSE ITS DOORS AT THE END OF THE MONTH. BOW TIE CINEMAS — THE BUILDING FILLED WITH 1 HURRICANE YEARS OF FILM HISTORY. I THINK IT’S FROM 1910. IT’S REALLY FITTING. THE BUILDING OWNERS ATTORNEY TELLS ME BOW TIE CINEMAS WAS GIVEN THE OPTION TO EXTEND THEIR LEASE AND CHOSE NOT TO. IN A STATEMENT BOW TIE CINEMAS TOLD US THE LEASE OF THE BELVIEU CINEMA HAS EXPIRED AND LAST DAY OF OPERATIONS WAS SUNDAY NOVEMBER 1st. HOWEVER, WE CONTINUE TO SERVE OUR LOYAL CUSTOMERS. YOU WOULD KNOW THE USHERS AND IT WAS COZY. IT WAS JUST A PLACE TO COME HOME TO. THIS IS A LANDMARK. THIS IS WHERE I TOOK MY KIDS. Reporter: CHANGE.ORG PETITION TITLED KEEP THE BELVIEU CINEMA OPEN WITH 5,000 SIGNATURES. RESIDENTS HOPING IT’S ENOUGH TO

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