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Fox California Theatre
Stockton, CA
Photo by RoadsidePeek.com

Here's a shot of the historic Fox California Theatre in Stockton. At the time this photo was taken, the Fox California theatre was closed and awaiting support for renovation. In 1994, the theatre was renamed the Bob Hope Theatre, and at this moment the theatre is going strong.

See more Fox theatres from across the country here Roadside Peek's Fox Theatres.



Mexico Theatre
San Jose, CA
Photo by RoadsidePeek.com

The Mexico Theatre is a fine deco delight example in San Jose. This theater is now occupied by a church.






Fox California Theatre
San Jose, CA
Photo by RoadsidePeek.com

To the far left is the Fox California Theatre prior to the huge restoration effort that took place the last several years. Not sure if the lettering on the marquee was wishful thinking or something that was a sure bet.

To the near left is what the Fox California looks like today. The blade neon has been placed back on the front facade and the theatre has never looked better, even serving as a church.




Castro Theatre
San Francisco, CA
Photo courtesy Matt Walsh

Check out this shot of the Castro Theatre blade marquee. This San Francisco landmark was built in the 1920's and recently underwent a renovation.



Park Theatre (Closed)
Lafayette, CA
Photo courtesy Devil Doll

The Park Theatre in Lafayette, CA is an old classic movie house dating back to 1941. This single screener is known for showing foreign and art house films.

Unfortunately, the Park closed down its operations on September 18, 2005 and has been sold to new ownership. Word is the new owners do not intend to continue to operate as a movie theater. 10-05









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