- AMC Theatres (American Multi-Cinema), officially known as AMC Entertainment, Inc., is the second largest movie theater chain in North America with 5,325 screens and one of the United States’s four national cinema chains (Regal Entertainment Group, National Amusements, Inc.
- Times Square – 42nd Street is the busiest station complex of the New York City Subway, joining four lines (three trunk lines plus the 42nd Street Shuttle), with a free transfer via a passageway to a fifth (42nd Street – Port Authority Bus Terminal on the IND Eighth Avenue Line (”””).
- Gunhill Road was an American band, consisting of Glenn Leopold, Steven Goldrich, and Gil Roman.
- 42nd Street is a 1933 American Warner Bros. musical film directed by Lloyd Bacon with choreography by Busby Berkeley.
amc theater 42nd street – 42nd Street
Set during the depression, this is the granddaddy of backstage musicals in which the understudy finally gets a chance to shine. It may seem a little cliche now, but in 1933 this was hot stuff. All that behind-the-scenes atmosphere feels very genuine, and the script is more acerbic than you might expect.
A sickly Julian Marsh (Warner Baxter) puts his all into what may be his last show, only to face a disaster when leading lady Dorothy Brock (Bebe Daniels) sprains her ankle. Thank heavens for ingenue Peggy Sawyer (Ruby Keeler), who steps in at the last minute. The vivacious soundtrack includes “Shuffle off to Buffalo,” and the still-catchy title tune. Best of all are those extravagant, kaleidoscopic dance numbers by Busby Berkeley, then in his prime. –Rochelle O’Gorman
AMC Empire Theater, 42nd Street
234 West 42nd Street
New York, NY 10036-7215
Christopher Nolan 's Inception Billboard movie poster standee 5431
amc theater 42nd street