On 70th birthday, Avon Theatre is the...

On 70th birthday, Avon Theatre is the movie star

There are 3 comments on the Stamford Advocate story from Jun 15, 2009, titled On 70th birthday, Avon Theatre is the movie star. In it, Stamford Advocate reports that:

As he mingled on the top floor of BUtterfield 8 during the 70th anniversary celebration of the nearby Avon Theatre, Neil McMorrow recalled paying $1.10 to see the James Bond movie "Diamonds Are Forever" at the theater in 1971.

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Greenwood

New York, NY

#1 Jun 16, 2009
This was a wonderful event. The organizers did a wonderful job. It was nice to be a part of this wonderful event.
greatblue

San Jose, CA

#2 Jun 16, 2009
Always loved the Avon! In an era when so many of these lovely old theatres don't survive, I'm glad to hear it's still going!
Abolish The Fed

Patchogue, NY

#3 Jun 16, 2009
The price of a movie ticket in 1971 illustrates how inflation has killed this country.

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