ONE-MAN THEATER HELPS KILL TIME (Jun, 1936)
This is the precursor to those little coin-op TVs they used to have in airports.
ONE-MAN THEATER HELPS KILL TIME
To help travelers while away the time when waiting for trains, a one-man movie theater, suitable for installation in railway terminals, has been designed by a New York inventor. Entering the booth of one of these devices, a patron would seat himself before a miniature screen and insert a coin in a slot. An automatic projector would then entertain him with a current film production until he was ready to leave. A number of booths of this type would offer a choice of films.