Plaza Theater

2901 Okeechobee Boulevard,
West Palm Beach, FL 33409

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A Mid-Century Modernist theater located at
the corner of Okeechobee Road and Palm
Beach Lakes Boulevard. I first went there
to see "Live And Let Die". It was later twinned, and showed midnight movies Fridays and Saturdays during the 1970’s

It closed in the early-1980’s, I believe, and is now the site of Braman Motorcars

Contributed by John T. Costello

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sporridge
sporridge on February 14, 2010 at 9:32 pm

Closing date was January 1984, ending with “Terms of Endearment.” The Plaza opened in 1967 with a single-screen auditorium containing 1100 rocking-chair seats and a 55-foot screen. The cavernous lobby may have been as large as the auditorium. AMC’s Cross County 8’s close proximity may have hastened the Plaza’s demise. Postmortem details can presently be found at:

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sporridge
sporridge on March 7, 2010 at 8:15 am

The Plaza was among the last new builds by ABC Florida State, closing as a Plitt Theatre.

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