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Enjoy a meal, signature drink or quick snack before or after a film at our full service Studio 3 Restaurant and bar. Studio 3 offers a delicious selection of classic American fare and is open to guests of all ages. A kids menu is a perfect complement to a great day out with the family.

Showcase Cinema de Lux offers great programs for the whole family, including our Popcorn Club for kids and Silver Screen program featuring popular “Hollywood” classics from yesteryear. With birthday party and conference facilities, assistance devices for the hearing and sight impaired, and full handicapped accessibility, the theatre offers amenities to suit all guests’ needs. To make your movie-going experience even easier, you may order your tickets online and print them at home.

With great dining options, the latest movies, including those presented in 3D, and special programs for the whole family, Showcase Cinema de Lux is your ultimate entertainment destination!

For showtimes and to book tickets visit www.showcasecinemas.com or call 1-800-315-4000.

Phone 914-963-3780
Location 59 Fitzgerald Street, Yonkers, NY 10710
Hours Open 365 Days A Year!
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Silver Screen Classics Every Monday at 1:00 PM $2.00


Silver Screen Classics is offered every Monday at 1pm.  Admission is $2.00, which includes a small popcorn and soda.

September 1st:  No presentation due to Labor Day Holiday.

September 8th:  Private Snuffy Smith:  (Comedy, 1942, 67 min.)  Bud Duncan, Jimmie Dodd.  A hillbilly seeks his fortune in the army.

September 15th:  The Chase: (Film Noir, 1946, 94 min) Robert Cummings, Steve Cochran, Peter Lorre.  A veteran turned chauffeur becomes entangled with a gangster and his wife.


September 22nd:  Happy Go Lovely:  (Romantic Comedy, 1952, 97 min.)  David Niven, Vera-Ellen, Caesar Romero.  A stuffy business man finds adventure and romance when he agrees to finance a musical

September 29th:  The Captive Heart:  (Drama, 1946 86. min.)  Michael Redgrave, Rachel Kempson.  A man escapes a concentration camp only to become a prisoner of war.

Film titles and dates are occasionally subject to change.

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