121st Street S and Pacific Avenue S,
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The Parkland Theater was in a squat, old-fashioned building situated just outside the campus of Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma, WA. A typical eye-catching marquee shone out front. It had a beige and mauve color scheme inside. It was opened on October 22, 1946 with Cornel Wilde in “The Bandit of Sherwood Forest”.
This theater was owned by Mike Barovic, a blue-collar Tacoma guy who owned several theaters in Pierce County – the Fife Drive-In, the Beverly Theatre in downtown Tacoma, the Liberty Theatre and the Roxy Theatre in Puyallup, to name a few.
The building burned down in the early-1990’s. A Walgreens store now stands on the site.
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