San Carlos Theatre
2917 N. Main Street,
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Architects: Lewis Arthur Smith
Styles: Spanish Moorish
Previous Names: New Lincoln Theatre
Located on N. Main Street at Griffin Avenue. The San Carlos Theatre was opened on July 2, 1926 with Charles Murray in “Sweet Daddies” and vaudeville on the stage. It was built by and operated by the West Coast Theatres chain. Designed in a Spanish Moorish style to the plans of noted theatre architect Lewis Arthur Smith, it had 1,100 seats. Later becoming part of Fox West Coast Theatres. On December 21, 1939 it was renamed New Lincoln Theatre. On February 5, 1942 it was renamed San Carlos Theatre again and began screen Italian movies. After closing on November 15, 1951, the San Carlos Theatre was used as a workshop. By 2019 it was in use as a Spanish language church.
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