Garrick Cinema (Q45102217)

  • matcher place: Manhattan (way 400014249), New York (relation 175905), Manhattan (relation 2552485), Manhattan Community Board 2 (relation 7340075), Manhattan (relation 8186559), Manhattan (relation 8398124)
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  • English Wikipedia categories: Andy Warhol, Cinemas and movie theaters in Manhattan, Greenwich Village, New York City Designated Landmarks in Manhattan
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Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Garrick Cinema—periodically referred to as the New Andy Warhol Garrick Theatre, Andy Warhol's Garrick Cinema, Garrick Theatre, Nickelodeon—was a 199-seat movie house located in Greenwich Village at 152 Bleecker Street, Lower Manhattan, New York City. Andy Warhol debuted many of his notable films (including Bike Boy (1967), Blue Movie (1969), Flesh (1968), Lonesome Cowboys (1968), Loves of Ondine (1967) and others) in this building (as well as in other area theaters, including the 55th Street Playhouse) in the late 1960s. The Cafe Au Go Go was located in the basement of the theater building in the late 1960s, and was a prominent Greenwich Village night club, featuring many well known musical groups, folksingers and comedy acts.

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