355 Mamaroneck Avenue,
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The Pix Theatre in White Plains opened in 1935 with 400 seats, which was considered quite small at the time (now, of course, a 400-seat auditorium in a cinema is huge). It was the first theatre in Westchester County designated specifically for “talkies” or motion pictures with sound. It was constructed at a cost of $25,000.
The Pix Theatre closed in 1976 and was converted to a restaurant. It is now a sports shop. The building remains, but looks quite different than in its days as a theatre. Not only is the marquee gone, but the entrance is now just a wall (the entrance to the sports shop is in back). Also a new addition has been constructed and attached to the former theatre.
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