1834 Park Boulevard,
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Previously operated by: Golden State Theater & Realty Corp.
Architects: Marc T. Jorgensen
Functions: Medical Center
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News About This Theater
Originally a single screen movie theater which opened September 23, 1925 with Reginald Denny in “I’ll Show You the Town” & Larry Semon in “Kid Speed”. It has a Spanish Renaissance style exterior and the interior is in Egyptian and East Indian styles. Seating is in a stadium plan, with a raised stepped section at the rear of the auditorium rather than the usual balcony. It was equipped with a theater organ which had a single organ chamber located above the proscenium. In later years it became a suburban art house cinema, twinned, and served beers and pizzas.
Sadly closed on March 22, 2009. In April 2019 it was announced it would reopen in 2020 as a marijuana dispensary, which will also feature movies, concerts and special events.
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