Get the Cameo app to view the latest content, DM your idols, share your Cameos + more. Just like that. In the Cameo Theatre began screening adult movies which lasted until the city passed an anti-pornography law on August 1, It switched to blaxploitation double bills, but lasted only a month and was closed August 30 with “The Screaming Tiger” (a kung-fu .
The Cameo Theatre opened in early October with a Marx Brothers double feature “Horse Feathers” and “Duck Soup”. Opening special was $ adult admission, every Monday and Tuesday. The Treat Theatre was still operating as a regular movie theatre in By the ’s it went over to screening adult movies and was renamed Cameo Theatre. It was later twinned. In the early’s, Cinema 1 screened regular adult movies and Cinema 2 screened all male adult movies.
In March it became one on New York’s most popular adult all male film theatres, renamed Adonis Theatre, which operated successfully until it was closed in , and business transferred to the Cameo Art Cinema on 8th Avenue at W. 44th Street (later the Playpen Theatre). The Adonis Theatre was demolished in Contributed by RobertR. jedidiah on December 14, at am. Before it was the Playpen it was the Adonis (a different Adonis from the more famous one of the same name farther up 8th Avenue) and before it was the Adonis it was, of course, the Cameo, and I’m surprised that this theater doesn’t have a separate listing under that name because it was the “Cameo” for decades.