2465 Mission Street,
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Previously operated by: Nasser Bros. Theaters
Styles: Streamline Moderne
Previous Names: Majestic Theatre
The Majestic Theatre was opened in April 1912. It was remodeled in a Streamline Moderne style by architect S. Charles Lee in 1937. Taken over by the Nasser Brothers Theatres chain, it was remodeled again in 1941 to the plans of architect Henry Anthony Minton and reopened as the Tower Theatre on February 20, 1942 with Alice Faye in “Wee End in Havana” & Ronald Reagan in “International Squadren”. Some detail still remains of the old Streamline Moderne styled Tower Theatre.
The building was used as a church for many years, but by 2007, they had moved out and the building is ‘For Sale’.
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