Arcade circa 1932

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Arcade circa 1932

This view looking north on Atlantic Ave shows the marquee of the Arcade Theatre about about midway on the left. The titles are Central Park and Movie Crazy, the latter of which is a classic Harold Lloyd talkie, while the former is a pre-code Joan Blondell crime drama. IMDb lists the release date for Movie Crazy as either August 12 or September 23, 1932, while Central Park was released December 10 in that same year. I don’t see any Christmas decorations, so this pic could be early 1933.

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Ed Solero
Ed Solero on September 18, 2017 at 11:20 am

I should hasten to add that I found this photo in the fine Arthur Mattson book, The History Of Lynbrook.

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