1970 Grant Street,
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The Enean Theater was built by the Enea Brothers of Pittsburg, CA in September 1938. (They also owned and operated the San Ramon Drive-in in San Ramon and two Fremont drive-ins, The Nimitz and the Fremont Automovie). In April 1968 its name changed to Concord Showcase Theater and it was located in downtown Concord overlooking the town square.
By the early-1970’s, the Showcase Theater resorted to second-run fare, then a dollar theater, before switching to porn in 1975. The Pussycat chain took over about a year later and ran it until the late-1980’s when various neighborhood and church groups protested the porn films being run. Although operated by Pussycat, it did not use the Pussycat name on the marquee.
A church bought the theater and shut it down as a movie house. It now holds church services.
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