As usual, it is the Streamline Moderne marquee that advertises the presence of this late-thirties suburban theater. The angled marquee, with the letters of the theater's name projecting above, terminates in a layered semicircle covered with lights. The body of the theater is sheathed in light tan brick which displays a series of lined patterns running vertically and horizontally.
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