5629 S. Flores Street,
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Styles: Mission Revival
Previous Names: Victor's Theatre
The Victor’s Theatre sat on the south side of San Antonio, near the intersection of E. Southcross Boulevard and S. Flores Street. It was opened February 2, 1928 with Mary Astor in “Rose of the Golden West”. It was designed by architect Gilbert Santacruz. By 1929 it had been renamed Harlandale Theatre. In 1932 it was remodelled to the plans of architect W. Scott Dunne.
It had served as office space for its later years, and was vacant for quite sometime. The theatre has since been demolished.
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