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I know little about the early-to-middle history of this cinema. By the time I first visited it in the late 1980’s, it was offering second-run films of varying quality: some prints would be great, while others would be scratched beyond belief. Admission was $2 for all.
It seemed, during the years I went, to be a family-run affair and was incredibly popular on weekends with families. It was obviously built as a single-screen, first-run theatre, as a wall separating it into two screens ran cleanly through the seating area, which, by the early 90’s, featured whole aisles of seating in various degrees of destruction and decay. This, and the sticky floors (and seating), gave one the undeniable feeling of being in a flophouse theatre.
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