930 National City Boulevard,
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Previously operated by: Pussycat Theatres
Architects: Theodore C. Kistner
Firms: T.C. Kistner & Co.
Previous Names: Bush Theatre, Aboline Theatre, Paris Theatre, Pussycat Paris Theatre
Opened as the Bush Theatre in February 1928 with a stage production of Victor Hugo’s “Les Miserables”. By 1938, it had been renamed National Theatre.
In 1955, it was renamed Aboline Theatre, and became the Paris Theatre in 1961. In 1967, it became one of four Pussycat Theatres to operate in the San Diego area, screening adult movies and closing in July 1999.
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