Main Street Cinemas
72-66 Main Street,
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Opened by United L.I. Theatres in 1941 with Norma Shearer in “Escape” & Wallace Beery in “Wyoming”. It had 600-seats. By 1948 it had become a first run Interboro Circuit Inc. house. It was taken over by an independent in the late-1970’s. For many years it had a popular $1 double bill policy. When other first run theatres in the same zone closed, like the Parsons Theatre and Prospect Theatre, it adapted a new first run policy.
It was twinned, quaded and now sixplexed. Some of the auditoriums have only 50 seats. They show first run films at a low price of $6 for adults. Wednesday night all seats are only $3.
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