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Postcard image from broken link now uploaded to photos.
Additional night time entrance photo and interior image uploaded. What Spartan auditoriums.
Theater set to reopen April 10th. Guess the digital rental scheme worked out.
Photo of the Edwards as a garage; Edwards garage. Hence the name. And it’s the Main Street Garage meaning this picture was taken after the building had been moved from another part of town.
Additional exterior of current façade uploaded.
Uploaded images of ads when it was Athena Hall and also the Port Jefferson Theater.
Daytime image uploaded.
Sunset photo found on Drive-Ins.com uploaded.
Aerial view uploaded. The dark roof portion is the indoor cinema and refreshment stand of the original All Weather Drive In. The white portion is the add on to create the multiplex.
Opening ads from several newspapers uploaded.
Additional Boulton photo uploaded.
Additional opening announcement uploaded.
Night photo uploaded.
Photos of opening ad and theatre cards uploaded.
Photo of pylon uploaded.
Photo of closeup of entrance uploaded.
Been there once. Cavernous. Went for a so called Senior Day price but they don’t observe that here. It was interesting to watch it being built. The two sides that house the auditoriums were built first with a big space in the middle which then became the lobby.
Street view photo uploaded.
Two additional photos uploaded as Theatre Three
Photos uploaded as the theater appears today.
Uploaded three photos of the theater in its IMAX days, the façade just before the Paramount opening and the Paramount marquee. Now all I need to find are images as the Huntington Theater.
Uploaded a photo of the elegant banquet hall which is in the space of the former auditorium.
Additional marquee photo uploaded.
Uploaded photo from Cinema Tour referred to by bicyclerider. He shows the address as 80. When you look at his picture the entrance is now at the right hand side of the building whereas the postcard image shows it further to the left. Possible explanation, when the theater was twinned the building was modified and the entrance relocated to what had been the store next door. Can’t tell if the façade was altered. In the postcard the theater entrance portion is significant higher than the adjacent buildings.