The Moving Picture Weekly, November 6, 1920:
From a two-page ad for The Devil's Passkey
"When they played "The Devil's Passkey" out in Brooklyn, New York City, in the theatre on Stone Avenue, they almost had to call out the reserves, so great were the crowds collecting in front of the house eagerly waiting to get in.
"And those crowds were not disappointed in what they witnessed once the performance started, and incidentally the management benefitted considerably from a financial standpoint."
Marquee of the New Singer Theatre can be seen in the darkness to the left.
The former theatres in 2013 (photo by Ken Roe):