239 El Camino Real,
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This theatre was very short-lived. It was opened after World War II by Greenfield resident George F. Thompson. The theatre lasted until the advent of television and was then closed.
George Thompson had a business partner, whose name at this time is not known. Mr. Thompson had been a theatre projectionist in the Bay Area during the late-1920’s and up to the start of World War II.
Mr. Thompson owned a 2 manual 8 rank Wurlitzer from the San Francisco Amazon Theatre that he intended to install in the Greenfield Theatre.
With the closing of the theatre, George eventually installed the organ in his home in rural Salinas, CA.
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