912 G Street,
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Architects: Vincent G. Raney
Styles: Streamline Moderne
The Stamm Theatre opened on November 17, 1948. Once a gathering spot for the local community, and a key part of the city’s main cruise. The Stamm family chose not to maintain the theatre due to the newer and bigger screens opening around the area and sold to a church group who have turned this once welcoming theatre into another church.
Many a blockbuster film was shown here in it’s heyday. Beautiful alfresco murals of Portuguese fishing men and women lined the walls on both sides of the auditorium with deep maroon carpeting and high loges for those attendees wishing for a spectacular view from above.
This theatre will be sadly missed by most east county natives.
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