11941 South Dixie Highway,
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Architects: Robert E. Collins
Previous Names: Suniland Theatre
The Suniland Theatre was a single screen house which opened on June 25, 1964 with Jack Lemmon in “Good Neighbor Sam”. Later a completely new second screen, lobby and concession stand added. A further third screen was later carved out of the main theatre. It showed mostly Warner Brothers, United Artists and Disney product for most of it’s existence as ABC Florida State Theatres were prone to do in South Florida.
John Huddy, then movie critic for The Miami Herald, had a personal vendetta against the place and often trashed it while reviewing movies.
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