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The theatre opened on May 6, 1936 with "A Message to Garcia" with Barbara Stanwyck and Wallace Beery. Prudential Theatres built this to replace the previous Amityville Theatre on the same site. Adjacent retail space was acquired to increase the size. It featured Air Conditioning and a "luxurious" Smoking Loge. The marquee was semi-circular with the name displayed in large free standing letters. The tickets were purchased from an outside booth between the two entrances to the lobby.
The theatre was demolished in 1960 due to a road widening project and replaced by yet another, larger, theatre at the same site.
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