412 L Street,
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The Lincoln Theatre was opened by 1955 when it had 412-seats. It was enlarged and reopened as the Showcase Theatre on January 7, 1966 with Stewart Whitman in “Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines or How I Flew from London to Paris in 25 hours 11 minutes”. It was closed in 1969 It was reopened by General Cinema Corp. on April 1, 1970 with Mark Frechette in “Zabriskie Point”. By the early-1980’s it was operated by Landmark Theatres. Along with the J Street Cinema, the best place to get an education in film in Sacramento in the 1970’s and early-1980’s.
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