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They had free popcorn and tons of movies, including all kinds of B movies and weird cult films you can't find anywhere. All of these were in Fashion Square which was the better mall until Fla and Millenia were built. Allied Discount Tires commercials with Sam Behr "Allied Discount Tiahs! Had my first (under age) drink there, a Singapore Sling.
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" asked a friend of mine about this they said: Audio Spectrum: The first "High End" audio store in the Fashion Square Mall.
Also, does anyone remember the name of the ice cream shop that was in the Seminole Plaza at 436 and 17-92?
My mom worked there for a couple of months in the early 80's and neither of us can remember the name of it. Artie Grindle's Tropic Traveler Vans Artie Grindle's Tropic Traveler.
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