San Marco Theatre
1996 San Marco Boulevard,
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San Marco Theatre (Official)
Architects: Roy A. Benjamin
Functions: Movies (Independent)
Styles: Art Deco
Opened on June 5, 1938 with Edward G. Robinson in “A Slight Case of Murder”. The beautifully maintained San Marco Theatre remains immune to the travails of time and the Art Deco style movie palace is still showing movies after 63 years. On October 25, 1962 it went over to screening arthouse movies. Featured on the back cover of Davis Cone’s book “Popcorn Palaces”, the San Marco Theatre is one of the most elegant and opulent cinemas in the city, designed by architect Roy Benjamin.
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