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Take a ride through the history of the New York City subway, from dreamy visions of modern city life in the 1930s to the heyday of graffiti art in the 1970s when there was still a K train and rides cost less than $1.
Marauding gangs battle for control of New York in Walter Hill’s dystopian classic.
Tony Silver’s trailblazing documentary is the essential record of 1980s street art.
This 80s time capsule follows a group of hip-hop heads, B-boys, and MTA graffitists.
This tense urban jungle thriller captures 70s-era Gotham in all its gritty glory.
Jon Voigt and Dustin Hoffman star in this X-rated time capsule capture of 1969 New York.
This snappy pre-Code confection screens with an experimental homage to the Third Avenue El.
A streetwise Brooklyn teen dreams of making it out of the projects in this 1992 drama.
Vincente Minnelli’s tender, hopelessly charming love story starring Judy Garland.
Frank Sinatra and Gene Kelly star in Stanley Donen’s love letter to grand old New York.
Harold Lloyd’s athletic slapstick is in top form in this time capsule of 1920s New York.
Two hooligans terrorize passengers on a subway train in this gritty Gotham nerve-shredder.
John Travolta discoed his way into pop-culture immortality in this 70s classic.
Gene Hackman and Roy Scheider star in William Friedkin’s gritty police thriller.