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Group DescriptionPhotographs and images of the historic Alameda Theatre & Cineplex, in Alameda, CA. Pre-restoration, during restoration and construction, or fully-renovated. Exterior shots, interior shots, architectural details, and images of the classic neon sign.
Historic photographs, programs, plans, models, advertisements and other vintage ephemera and images related to the Alameda Theatre are also welcome. Especially interested in images of the theatre during its various lives as a roller skating rink, gymnastics studio and band practice hall.
About the Alameda Theatre:
This glamorous art deco movie palace was originally designed by Timothy Pflueger, and built by the Nasser family, who still own and operate the gorgeous Castro Theatre in San Francisco (another Pflueger creation).
After closing as a theatre in 1979, the building housed a roller skating rink, disco, and gymnastics school, as well as serving as band practice space. Now an 8-screen multiplex, with retail space and an attached garage, the cinema shows first-run movies.
Alameda Theatre & Cineplex
2317 Central Avenue, Alameda CA 94501
- Accepted content types: Photos, Videos, Images, Art, Screenshots
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