201 Linden Avenue,
South San Francisco,
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Previously operated by: Golden State Theater & Realty Corp.
Firms: Reid Brothers
The State Theatre was a single screen theatre that opened on October 2, 1931 with Edward G. Robinson in “Smart Money” & Stan Laurel & Oliver Hardy in “Be Big”. It was operated by the Bay Shore Theatre Corporation, headed by A.J. Eschelbach. It closed on March 13, 1973 and was converted into a ballroom and offices around 1975.
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