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Re: What did your local movie theater become?


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Posted by Willie mac on Friday, October 18th 2019:

In Reply to: Re: What did your local movie theater become? posted by Jim W. on Thursday, October 17th 2019:

The Haven on 138 St. has been torn down and replaced by public housing. It was unique in many ways. You could get in for a nickel in the 1930s. If you did not have a nickel the manager would take soda or milk bottles for a 2 or 3 cent deposit and you could pay the rest in pennies.

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