Kendall Park Cinema
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The Kendall Park Cinema opened in the the late 80’s/early 90’s in a strip mall on Route 27 in Kendall Park. The theatre opened with some controversy, being one of the first theatres in the area to use automated projection equipment. I remember the opening quite well as members of the projectionists union protested the opening of the theatre. Quite a bit media coverage was given to the protest and I can remember seeing TV news trucks from the NYC stations covering the picket line that was present at the opening.
The cinema itself was very functional and utilitarian. There were two large screens and six smaller screens showing first run films. The theater was demolished to make way for the expansion of new sores in the strip mall.
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