Marathon Community Cinema
5101 Overseas Highway,
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Functions: Movies (First Run)
Previous Names: Sidedoor Westside Cinema, West Side Cinema, Marathon Community Theatre, Marathon Cinema
Located on the south side of a strip mall along the northbound side of US-1, the Sidedoor Westside Cinema was opened on June 2, 1989 with Tom Berenger in “Major League”. In 1993 it became the West Side Cinema which closed in 1995. It was taken over in 1995 by the Marathon Community Theatre presenting live theatre. It became a movie theatre again renamed Marathon Commumnity Cinema showing first run movies where movie-goers may sit in rows of seats towards the front of the auditorium, or at tables in the back and order food and drink.
The Marathon Cinema is adjacent to the Marathon Community Theater which offers live performances and includes a gallery space.
In 2017 all three were featured in the Marathon episode of the TV program “Road Trip to the Arts: The Florida Keys” on PBS.
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