Going to the movies on the boardwalk in Ocean Grove: July, 1966.

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The Strand  was built in 1911 at the North End. Originally it was called Scenario. From Wayne T. Bell's  Images of America: Ocean Grove.  (with permission) The Strand was built in 1911 at the North End. Originally it was called Scenario. It was closed on Sundays.   From Wayne T. Bell’s Images of America: Ocean Grove. (with permission)

July 1966 July 1966. Submitted by Rich Amole

July 1966 July 1966. Submitted by Rich Amole, Blogfinger historian and reporter.

Paul:

In the 1960’s, at the North End of Ocean Grove, the Strand Theatre was the place to go to the movies.  The ads may have been simple hand outs that were distributed at the North End complex of entertainment and shops.

The depiction of the folks in line show that all are very well dressed— the ladies in high heels and skirts and the men in suits and hats.  I’m guessing that seats could be had for under a dollar.

Now can someone bring me a nice buttered popcorn and cold Coca Cola.  Forget that Tab stuff!

Rich                               Source: Ebay

ELVIS PRESLEY

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