Seavue Twin Theater
514 Palmetto Avenue,
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Located between San Francisco and Half Moon Bay. The Seavue Theater was a large single screen theatre built in the early-1950’s and opened on May 23, 1951 with Spencer Tracy in “Father’s Little Dividend” & Brian Donlevy in “Fighting Coast Guard”. It had amongst other details, retained its ladies' powder room, as well as a decorative tower that was once illuminated. The Seavue Theater was twinned later in its life and remained open despite competition from local multiplexes in San Francisco and on the Penninsula.
However, in 2002, it closed due to a new 20-screen megaplex opening just a few miles away. It was demolished in late-2007.
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