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Peninsula Theatre

1419 Burlingame Ave
Burlingame CA

Demolished 1975
Record #26870  
 Opened: October 12, 1926
 Closed: September 13, 1974
 Demolished: 1975
Architect(s): Weeks & Day
Architectural Style(s):
National Register:
Current Organ: Wurlitzer
 Also Known As: Fox Burlingame
 Previously operated by: National General Theatres

Information for this tour was contributed by Burlingame Historical Society.

The Peninsula Theatre, originally designed for both vaudeville stage shows and silent movies, opened on Oct. 12, 1926. By 1957, the Peninsula Theatre had been renamed the Fox Burlingame. The Fox closed permanently on Sept. 13, 1974. After the theatre was destroyed, the Fox Mall was built and dedicated in 1979.

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Photos from the John Tarantino collection.

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Last featured 4/22/2007. Last edited 1/28/2010.

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