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The exterior of the NATIONAL is in many movies ,will post the names as i find them..
I dont have any pics of this theater (never took pics stupid now that i think about it)
wow. not to many theaters still running adult films this has to be one of the few.
did this ever sell?
orlando what was the farter son team that managed this theater for so long ?they closed the theater
great/ pass it every day in a sad shape
The box office #s for this theater were a horror show
LOL, IS THERE A REAL ESTATE AGENT THAT IS WORKING WITH THAT PROPERTY.
DID THIS THEATER EVER SELL???
IS THIS STILL FOR SALE???
would love to see them // HOW DID YOU GET IN TO SEE THE THEATER????
was there a theater very close to the twin on the same side of the street
this was the worst even UA did better than this………..
The Brookhaven theater was a reduced priced for many years
There are afew theaters for sale in florida now some small houses that still make money. See theaters for sale stories on this web site . Theaters for sale .com also does a lot of work in Florida .Dont give up the dream i am also looking for a theater (SMALL ) but i also dont need it to be a money maker.
the door was open so you could see the projection booth i do remember that.Saw Risky Bsns ,Yental at 150 and many others
Seated about 680 (WILL FIND THE CORRECT AMOUNT) Saw my first r rated movie here MIDWAY
Call me crazy my favourite CENTURY THEATER VERY MUCH LIKE THE WHITMAN but always treated as third class THE shore , Whitman AND york all on the same strip.The York was centurys best Disney house so the bookers would book r rated movies.
BAD LOBBY TO SMALL AND THE CANDY STAND HAS A BAD LAYOUT
THIS THEATER IS VERY MUCH LIKE THE CENTURY ROOSEVELT FIELD THEATER LOCATED AT THE MALL ON LONGISLAND AND THE CENTURY GREEN ACHERSIN VALLY STREAM .ALL 3 MUST HAVE BEEN BUILT AROUND THE SAME TIME
this theater always had BIG box office #s
the 150 is now an office building
one of the first giant size multiplex 18 theaters in the country
Walter Read ran this theater in its hayday and ran it well , the second floor has one large office that the president of Walter Read used then later by the district managers of CINEPLEX ODEON. What an office full bar master bath and an office size not seen in Manhatten.