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Topic - Bob Berney
Berney said he stopped by a theater complex in suburban Westchester County Saturday night and only about 25 people had turned out for 7:30 p.m. shows.
Business was strong Friday night for "Don't Be Afraid of the Dark" in the New York City area, but as the storm crept closer Saturday, theaters either closed or became ghost towns, said Bob Berney, FilmDistrict's head of distribution.