Loew's State Theatre (New York City) Wikipedia
Loew's State Theatre was a theatre in New York City, located at 1540 Broadway. Designed by Thomas Lamb in the Adams style, it opened on August 9, 1921, and featured both vaudeville and films. The theatre held a number of very notable world premieres including The Three Musketeers (1948), Some Like It Hot (1959), Ben-Hur (1959), Becket (1964), and The Godfather (1972). It closed on February 19, 1987, and it is now the site of the Bertelsmann Building.