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Neptune Theatre


2001 Photo from the Dave Felthous collection
809 Ocean Beach Blvd S
Long Beach WA 98631
(360) 642-8888

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Information for this tour was contributed by Dave Felthous.

Long Beach was without a movie theater for some time when the ancient Sunset Theater on the main drag was torn down to make way for an arcade of shops. Then the Neptune, originally a single screen, was erected just behind the sand dunes adjacent to the beach. A second screen was added several years later. The Neptune was part of a small Seattle-based circuit that also had the old Bay in Ballard and the Admiral Twin in West Seattle. But those theaters now are owned by someone else. The Neptune is presently for sale.



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Last featured 2002-12-27. Last edited 3/13/2010.

 
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