Casa Linda Theatre

150 Casa Linda Plaza,
Dallas, TX 75218

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TJofSF
TJofSF on August 18, 2004 at 11:25 am

Saw this movie house on a recent Dallas visit. We were driving north on Buckner towards our vacation lodging and stopped at the light, and—whoa!—the deja vu knocked me flat. I had forgotten I had ever been to this theatre but seeing it jogged memories of going there either in the late 50s with family (Operation Petticoat?) or perhaps in the late 60s on a school band trip. I’ve lived in California since the 70s so it was a pleasant shock. Mapquest shows it on the northeast corner of the intersection but it’s actually on the southwest corner, right? Someone open it, we can’t afford to lose all these old classic movie houses. Thanks.

tinysmiles
tinysmiles on July 25, 2004 at 1:13 pm

If there is anyone out there with the funding for this theatre but no ideas for making it profitable, please please contact me.I have been trying for years to come up with the funding to save this historic theatre.I am young, but have years of business experience.

Don Lewis
Don Lewis on June 2, 2004 at 1:22 pm

I visited the Casa Linda, Sunday May the 30th. There are dead pigeons in the lobby and lots of poop. It is trashed. Someone needs to hurry to save this one!

LouiseG
LouiseG on March 5, 2004 at 5:52 pm

Please include the various neighborhood associations in any discussions of plans for renovation. They deserve to have a say in the renovation of this local landmark, and they can provide tremendous grassroots support for making such a project a huge success!

Angela
Angela on January 28, 2004 at 11:52 am

My mother is in the works to buy this sucker from the McLendon family, and she will have the theater back to it’s beautiful splendor by the summer of 2005.

William
William on December 15, 2003 at 5:57 pm

The Casa Linda Theatre seated 925 people.

unknown
unknown on October 26, 2003 at 7:31 pm

I am very interested in refurbishing the theatre and restoring it back to it’s original form