LARCHMONT, N.Y. -- Bow Tie Cinemas Larchmont Playhouse was run for 20 years, from 1960s to '80s, by Florence and John Musacchio, whose granddaughter Sandy Moran of Florida said it was "a staple in the community back then," according to a report in lohud.com.
"Everyone knew my family. Everyone knew the theater. And I would say more people got in for free than paid. We grew up in the theater," she told lohud.com.
Moran recalled how kids on Christmas would go to the theater to "watch cartoons or a Shirley Temple movie" and meet Santa Claus when a volunteer fire department truck came with toys, lohud.com reported.
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