Port Jefferson Station,
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This single-screen theater in Port Jefferson Station, Long Island, opened in 1949 or 1950. It had a small smoking loge but most seating was on the main floor.
Theater design was similar to other post-war Prudential Theaters operating at that time, including the Sayville, Lindenhurst, etc., with ample parking lot. Bright interior, early installation (June 1953) of a gigantic wide screen, characterized it.
In final years, it was a dollar theater, and benefitted from growth of nearby SUNY campus at Stony Brook.
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