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Architects: David Marner
Styles: Colonial Revival
Previous Names: Community Theatre
The 600-seat Community Theatre was opened on August 25, 1964 with William Holden in “The 7th Dawn”. It was a single screen house, operated by Walter Reade Theatres and was twinned poorly on November 3, 1976. The sight lines were so bad that you had to practically sit sideways in your seat to get a full view of the screens. Taken over by Loews and renamed Sony Theatres Community Twin, it was closed on July 6, 1995 when a sixteen-plex opened in Monmouth Mall across the highway. It was demolished on October 22, 1999 and a strip mall now occupies the property.
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