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What happened to the other photo?
Thank you I didn’t know about this. I quit going to the Burien Theater when i was old enough to drive to down town Seattle
There was also the Hi-Line theater on 1st Ave south. It was just a big quansit hut with a really plain lobby. It had a pond with a fish that looked like trout in it. We were just there for the movie anyway.
Great picture Chuck
Yes it is closed, and the building is for sale. I hope that it saved.
There was a burien theater when my famley moved to burien in about 1955. It was in an old wooden building that was a church at one time. I think I saw Old yeller there. We were all excited about the plans for the new building that was built about a year later. During my younger years me and my brothers had a great time going to there to see Disney films Annett beach movies, and Elvis movies. I remember Bob Anderson was the owner.