130 W. Main Street,
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Previously operated by: Edwards Cinemas
Architects: Harley S. Bradley
Previous Names: Alhambra Theatre, Plaza Theatre, Coronet Theatre, Granada Theatre
The Alhambra Theatre opened in 1917, the second of three movie theatres in the city to be given that name. It had several names over the years, becoming the Coronet Theatre on May 25, 1947. In 1964 it was renamed Capri Theatre. It was closed on February 8, 1971 with Kirk Douglas in “There Was a Crooked Man” & William Holden in “The Wild Bunch”. The following morning the building was badly damaged in the Sylmar earthquake and it was demolished in late-February 1971.
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