47 4th Avenue,
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The Terminal Theatre was opened by William Fox around 1927. It has been restored to its original beauty and was named for the Brooklyn terminal of the Long Island Railroad, which is a few blocks away.
In its last days it was screening Spanish-language movies before closing in the 1960s.
The current occupants are the second church to use the site, and they have done a great job to make this old lady look like she once did.
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