Florin Family Savings Cinema

5550 Sky Parkway,
Sacramento, CA 95823

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This theatre opened in May of 1972 as the State Theatres with two screens. It was operated by ABC Theatres and later by Syufy who converted it to a 6 plex. It was last operated by Wallace Theatres until it closed under the name of Florin Family Savings Cinema.

The building is now used as a church.

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bago1
bago1 on April 28, 2010 at 7:10 am

i remember going to this theater many times when i lived in South Sacramento . this was the only movie theater near my house . i seen a lot of mivies here the last movie i saw was daylight with Sylvester Stallon this was like in 1995 then i moved back to the Bay Area . i had no idea this movie was closed i was recently in Sacramento and i seen that it was c losed i belive it’s a church now . also i notice that the Florin mall is all gone man the area has changed .

bago1
bago1 on April 28, 2010 at 7:14 am

heres some pictures of the old State Theater in the 70s and 80s .

http://www.cinematour.com/tour/us/2755.html

Marklar
Marklar on November 7, 2012 at 3:24 am

Wow! I remember this old theater when I was growing up. The movies I saw here we’re Jurassic Park, Surf Ninjas, and Captain Ron. It was located in a neighborhood that doesn’t have the best reputation and around 1993 or 94 somebody got shot in one of the theaters. It was closed shortly after and turned into a church.

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