1066 Market Street,
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Opened as the Granada Theatre in 1921, under the Publix banner, with an operating staff of 122 people, this opulent, Andalusian-style movie palace later became part of the Fox chain. On January 31, 1931, it returned to the Publix fold and was renamed the Paramount Theatre. In addition to its opulent interior, the Paramount Theatre also contained a 4 manual, 32 rank Wulitzer.
The Paramount Theatre was about half a block away from the Golden Gate Theatre and Warfield Theatre and you can still see the outline of this now-demolished theater in the facade of the adjacent building.
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