Goleta Theatre

320-C South Kellogg Way,
Goleta, CA 93117

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Opened in 1984, it was initially known as The Roxy/Pussycat Theatre, sharing telephone directory space with the Pussycat in Ventura (formerly the Mayfair Theatre). In 1985, it was taken over by Metropolitan and named the College Cinema, becoming the Goleta Theatre in 1986 and operating as such through 1990 or so. An unassuming stuccoed building, it’s now divided into retail offices, and, as perhaps a nod to its former incarnation, a bar named the “Bak Dor” sits at the rear. The marquee out front remains, though – a rounded square bolt-on job, nothing fancy.

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tbdavid
tbdavid on January 12, 2005 at 12:17 pm

Hello from Colorado!
Vincent Miranda was my God Father and owner of the Pussycat chain. I am putting a collection together of ANYTHING Pussycat. Please .if you have any information, let me know. I am desprate to find one of the old Marquees. You know, the oval w/ the Ms. Pussycat and “It’s a Pussycat Theatre” Any photos would be great! i have only been able to locate pics of The Tiki and the New View.

Thanks!
Tim David

970.309.3991

danwhitehead1
danwhitehead1 on November 21, 2006 at 1:10 pm

I installed all of the projection equipment in this house for Walnut Properties/Pussycat Theatres. Seems like a long time ago now.

Dan Whitehead
Irving, Tx.
TUE21NOV06

decoteau
decoteau on July 17, 2007 at 4:53 pm

Interesting article on PUSSYCAT….

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JayAllenSanford
JayAllenSanford on August 8, 2008 at 9:26 am

New book-length Pussycat Theatre history from the San Diego Reader:
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