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Bow Tie Cinemas
641 Danbury Road
Ridgefield CT, 06877
Ph: (203) 659-2600
Bow Tie Cinemas was founded over 100 years ago, in the era of the Nickelodeon, when B.S. Moss began his long and illustrious career providing popular entertainment to the public. The business of operating street front Nickelodeons quickly gave way to Vaudeville, which was the heart of B.S. Moss Theaters until the 1930s when B.S. Moss sold his last Vaudeville theater and dedicated himself fully to building and operating motion picture theaters. In 1936, B.S. Moss opened the Criterion Theater, known then as The Theater of Tomorrow, on Broadway in the heart of Times Square. The Criterion was the first motion picture theater built exclusively for the exhibition of talking motion pictures. It operated continuously for 63 years and was the home of several major New York film premiers, including Sleeping Beauty, My Fair Lady, Funny Girl, Lawrence of Arabia, and Alien. Today, Bow Tie Cinemas is dedicated to returning style and elegance to the movie-going experience. In each of its 20 locations and 169 screens, Bow Tie Cinemas provides the best possible presentation and service to its patrons, continuing in the tradition of its founder.
Recent Bow Tie Cinemas News
Aug 11, 2011
Bow Tie Cinemas Selects Christie to Digitize Circuit Exclusively with Solaria Series Projectors
Bow Tie Cinemas, the preeminent, privately-owned motion picture exhibitor in the U.S. Northeast and Mid-Atlantic , has agreed to digitize 115 of its screens exclusively with DCI-compliant Christie® Solaria™ Series projectors. The agreement includes the installation of Christie CP2220 and Christie CP2230 projectors – the brightest projectors on the market.
Aug 10, 2011
Bow Tie Cinemas Partners with MasterImage 3D in their Continued Commitment to a Digital 3D Cinema Rollout
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