Cine 21 Theater

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El Rey as the Cine 3

El Rey Theatre

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Taken on: August 12, 2013

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Cine 21 Theater

After the El Rey Theater the name was changed to the Cine 21 Theater.

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bosscar
bosscar on December 28, 2013 at 2:23 am

I don’t remember the name “Cine 21”, I remember “Century 21”, 1960’s-1970’s, so I assume it changed to Cine 21 in the 70’s at some point. Why call it “Cine 21” it actually makes no sense either. The later “Cine 3” does.

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