El Cerrito Cinemas
10624 San Pablo Avenue,
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Located in a small shopping center at San Pablo Avenue and Moeser Lane, which was anchored by a Safeway and Payless stores. The Jerry Lewis Cinemas opened on August 2, 1972 with Raquel Welsh in “Hannie Caulder” & Shirley MacLaine in “The Possession of Joel Delaney” in screen 1 and Burt Reynolds in “Fuzz” & Sean Connery in “The Anderson Tapes” in screen 2. Each screen had around 400 seats. It was renamed El Cerrito Cinemas I & II on September 13, 1972. It was closed on April 3, 1973.
It reopened as the Moeser Lane Cinema on August 27, 1975 and closed on September 20, 1976. Taken over by Associated Theaters Inc. and following a makeover, it reopened on June 26, 1981 as the El Centro Cinemas, but finally closed on June 19, 1982.
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