490 Neptune Avenue,
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After Trump Village was opened (partly built on the former site of the Tuxedo Theater), a small shopping center went up on Neptune Avenue. In it was a tiny movie house named the Trump Cinema. It showed Hollywood fare for most of its short life.
A side story here was that the theater featured a fully automated projection booth that could be operated by pushing a button in the box office. The red button remained long after the local projectionist union protested and forced the theater to use a union operator for its projection equipment.
With the cost of paying a projectionist, the tiny theater had trouble making a profit. So it attempted to change its fortune by going XXX, only to have the neighborhood stage yet another protest in front of its entrance.
Finally a disgusted owner closed the theater, and it was gutted for Radio Shack, which still occupies the site.
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