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The Beekman Theater in New York City will close Sunday, June 26, 2005, according to an article in the Hollywood Reporter:
NEW YORK -- When it opened in 1952, New York Times film critic Bosley Crowther called it a "class theater." Twenty-five years later, Woody Allen elevated it to icon status by featuring it in his Oscar-winning "Annie Hall." And this Sunday, the Beekman Theater will show its last film -- a screening of Universal's "The Interpreter."
The theater's name will live on a block away, as Clearview re-names its New York One Two theaters the Beekman One and Two.
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