103 Railroad Avenue,
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A new 1,000-seat theater was built adjacent the the original Sayville Theater (former Novelty Theater), designed by architects John Eberson and Drew Eberson, it opened on April 29, 1951. It is one of the surviving downtown theaters. Nicely maintained, the theater brings you back to a simpler time before the multiplexes.
I don’t know too much on the history of the Sayville Theater, however, at some point it was divided into four screens.
It’s one of the few theaters nowadays where for $12 you can get the movie ticket, a medium popcorn, and a drink all included.
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