Main Street Cinemas
72-66 Main Street,
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Functions: Movies (First Run)
Previous Names: Main Street Theatre, Main Street Playhouse
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 on April 6, 1985, quaded on August 12, 1998 and sixplexed on November 6, 1998. 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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