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Situated in the Dyker Heights section of Brooklyn, the Endicott Theatre was opened in 1927. It was equipped with a Kimball 3 manual, 8 rank organ. The theatre was the flagship of the Endicott Circuit, which also had its headquarters in the building. In “the old days”, the circuit was never more than minor-league, running only late-run houses in Brooklyn and Queens/Long Island.
In 1945, besides the Endicott Theatre, they included the Avon Theatre, Garfield Theatre, Hollywood Theatre, Metro Theatre, 16th Street Theatre and Sun Theatre, all in Brooklyn; the Boardwalk Theatre in Arverne, the Edgemere Theatre in Edgemere, and the New Theatre and Rivoli Theatre in Rockaway Beach.
The Endicott Theatre was closed in 1954, and by October 1954, was converted into a Packer’s supermarket. By 2015 it was in use as a bank.
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