3350 Mission Street,
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The Lyceum Theatre opened in mid-1907, with vaudeville and motion pictures. By the late-1920’s it was featuring Vitaphone Talking Pictures, and remained a popular low priced, late run house for patrons of the outer Mission district for the next twenty-five years.
Like so many other secondary houses, it was one of the first to feel the impact of television in the early-1950’s, and, after several closings and re-openings, became the temporary home of the San Francisco Revival Center, before they moved to the former State/Del Mar (q.v.) which they then made their permanent home.
The Lyceum Theatre was subsequently torn down, and a supermarket built on its former site.
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