Surf Avenue, Coney Island,
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Luna Park was the Disneyland of its day when opened by Lamar Thompson and Skip Dundy on Surf Avenue in Brooklyn’s Coney Island in the summer of 1904. Its biggest attractions were Thompson’s Scenic Railway and the Shoot the Chutes water ride. It had an Opera House where various live events were performed.
Forty years later the Park was run down and the Opera House showed movies. On August 13, 1944 most of the Park was destroyed by fire, including the Opera House. The feature playing thay day was "Hitler at the End of a Rope"
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