1227 K Street,
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The Studio Theatre was opened on September 27, 1946 with John Wayne in “Tall in the Saddle” & Betty Hutton in “The Stork Club”. It was next door to the Esquire Theatre on Sacramento’s K Street in downtown Sacramento. It featured both first and second run features and on December 25, 1957 it was renamed Capri Theatre. On July 22, 1960 it was renamed Encore Theatre. It was taken over by Pussycat Theatres chain on December 26, 1975 screening Maud Belleroche in “Sensations” (aka Top Sensation) & Andrea True in “Heavy Load”. It continued as an adult theatre until closing.
Like it’s next door neighbor the Esquire Theatre, it was basically demolished in the late-1990’s. However the facades of both theatres were built into the replacement Esquire Plaza office building. Behind the facade is a restaurant currently known as the Esquire Grill.
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