892 Dana Street,
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This theater opened sometime in the 1930s, and has been nearly forgotten. It had a simple Spanish stucco facade and a plain, rectangular marquee. Said to be the first theater on the San Mateo Peninsula to feature Spanish language films fulltime, this was the theatre’s final policy.
Demolished for city parking in the late 50s or 60s, a stretch of pink-tinted concrete remained to mark where the entrance was, until the renewal of the sidewalks a few years ago.
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