Castro Street Theatre
485 Castro Street,
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The Castro Street Theatre, an early neighborhood nickelodeon operated by Nasser Bros., opened on December 21, 1910. All seating was on a single floor. It was closed on June 21, 1922, the night before the Nasser Bros. opened their much larger, and grander Castro Theatre (q.v.), which still operates today as San Francisco’s most revered surviving movie palace.
Meantime, the little Castro Street Theatre a few doors to the South, survives too, in its own way, as Cliff’s Variety Store, another neighborhood “institution” with its original 1910 arched ceiling still intact.
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