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I had typed out a long description, but because I wasn’t a member yet, nothing was saved. So this will be short.
It was the place to be. I remember candy and admission cost 35 cents. The older kids would go up to the balcony and throw water balloons. We never saw ushers; we could stay there from open until close and never be asked to leave. The chairs were all ripped, the floors were sticky, and there were rats, but it was still a great place to go.