2853 Castro Valley Boulevard,
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The Chabot Theatre was opened on April 26, 1950 with Dan Dailey in “When Willie Comes Marching Home” & Randolph Scott in “The Nevadan”. The walls at the entrance were decorated with scenes of the Bay Area. Seating was provided for 750 in orchestra and balcony levels.
The Chabot Cinema was later operated by the independent CineLux Theatre chain. It offers state of art luxury with a nostalgic cinema charm. Seating in the balcony has high backed seats. In 2019 it was taken over by an independent operator and screens family movies.
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