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Posters, marquees, and even life sized statues...sometimes it's these "little" touches that make the home theater experience so much fun.
Motion Platforms
Shake It Up
Get Your Snacks
More Concessions
Concession Stand
Revenge of the Popcorn Maker
Popcorn, Anyone?
Hot Dog Cart
The Real Thing
Marquee
Make it Yours
Now Playing
Movie Posters
Life-Sized Figures
Wall Lighting
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Add A Screen (or Three)

If room allows, consider adding an extra display or two. A Stewart Filmscreen screen in this theater area receives images from a Runco CL-810 single-chip DLP projector and is flanked by two 26-inch Sony Bravia 720p LCDs, while two more of the Sony LCDs hang by the bar area. The bar TVs are visible from both the billiards and card-playing areas, which flank that space.

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