142 Throckmorton Theatre
142 Throckmorton Avenue,
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Operated by: California Film Institute
Previous Names: Hub Theater
The Hub Theater opened in 1915 and showed silent movies and vaudeville. It was closed in 1929 when the Sequoia Theatre opened. It became a bowling alley and then a skating rink.
It was taken over by the Odd Fellows and used as a Lodge in 1952. While still in this use 1976 it was used for the Mill Valley Film Festival. Eventually the building was little used and fell into a state of disrepair.
It was saved in 2004, becoming a performing arts center. It now hosts the Mill Valley Film Festival presented by the California Film Institute.
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