744 W. Flagler Street,
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The Tivoli Theatre on W. Flagler Street and 7th Avenue was a primary Spanish language house for the Cuban immigrant and exile community during the 1950’s, 1960’s and 1970’s. The interior was not impressive but the canopy had an impressive blinking neon design and the concession stand served both the inside and the line waiting outside at once.
The house ran double feature first runs mainly from Spain, Mexico and Argentina. Stage shows were common with child stars Marisol, Joselito and Rocio Durcal appearing live between movies.
Our family went every Sunday without knowing what was showing. Cantinflas films played for weeks so we often saw the same film again.
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