957 E. Commercial Boulevard,
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Previous Names: Old Tyme Movie House
Previously home to a card and gift shop at the Northridge Shopping Center, the tiny Old Tyme Movie House brought classic Hollywood movie revivals to Broward County from February 6, 1976. For many patrons, this was the first chance to see vintage films uncut and uninterrupted, from "Citizen Kane" to "The Creature from the Black Lagoon." After one last engagement of "Duck Soup" in spring 1978, Old Tyme Movie became Northridge Cinema from July 7, 1978, adopting a second-run discount-admission policy (with occasional special engagements such as "The Man Who Fell to Earth" and "The Decline and Fall of Western Civilization"). Closed by the late-1980’s, a pizzeria took over the space, later demolished in a makeover of the surrounding shopping center.
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