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Buffalo

646 Main St. Buffalo


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Guest 30-Jan-2014 23:12
You know your from Buffalo if you can remember this. Lol
Guest 04-Jan-2010 22:00
Had great shows here. Saw first minstral show there as a kid. Saw Liberache in early 50's Late 50's worked in thebuilding as elavator operator. The elavator was the old cage type then closed in.
Guest 23-Jun-2009 13:36
My Mom took me here to see my first movie - Quo Vadis. The city was a bustling metropolis then - pre Democrat New York
Bruce Prentice 29-Dec-2007 10:20
As a yoouth I used to go to Mike's Submarines and buy a great sub sandwich and hide it under my jacket before going into the Buffalo. I saw "In Like Flint" here as a teenager, a memory very peronal to me.

I do recall being sent by my mother to see Ben Hur at the Granada Theater on Main Street near UB as a child. How incredibly bored I was by this..it made no sense to me...

Bruce
Guest 21-Jul-2007 06:13
About 5 years ago I saw Ben Hur here as part of the Classic Film Series that ran monthly. The theatre was packed and seeing it on the big screen with the elegant surroundings of Sheas really made it special.
Roger Swan 09-May-2007 15:56
Here's a few more that aren't listed. I used to go to the 'New Ariel' in the early 40's. Ticket price was $.05 and $.07 at night. It was located on High St. a few doors East of Michigan Ave. How about the 'Mercury' that was on Main St. near Shelton Square. Remember seeing the movie 'Bitter Rice' starring Silvano Mangano in the late 1940's. Another one not shown is the 'Hippodrome' that was located on Main St. on the same side as the 'Shea's Buffalo'. I remeber calling this section of Main St. "Theatre Row"
Bob H 18-Apr-2007 00:41
Karl...You sould take a picture of this building today. They replacedthe original signage and the front facade continues up to the roofline almost even with the building next store
Bob 22-Mar-2007 14:26
Chris...It was either the Century, the Center or the Capri Art
Chris Poggiali 24-Apr-2006 03:19
What was the theater that was across the street from Shea's Buffalo? It became a General Cinema multiplex in the late '80s, but in the '70s and early '80s it showed horror and kung fu movies.
Anne Antes 13-Jan-2006 17:25
to think Buffalo has done one smart thing---kept this theatre and it has not been a disappointment
Guest 07-Jan-2006 07:00
I've haeard that they are restoring the Buffalo.
The Fox theater in Atlanta is beautiful, but Shea's Buffalo has the Fox beat!