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  2. Grauman's Chinese Theatre - Wikipedia

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    TCL's Chinese Theatre (colloquially referred to as the Grauman's Theatre) is a movie palace on the historic Hollywood Walk of Fame at 6925 Hollywood Boulevard Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States. The original Chinese Theatre was commissioned following the success of the nearby Grauman's Egyptian Theatre, which opened in 1922.

  3. List of movie theater chains - Wikipedia

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    San Jose, CA California Cinépolis USA: 28 264 Dallas, TX California, Connecticut, Florida, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Texas Cinépolis: Cinema Entertainment Corporation 20 129 Waite Park, MN Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin and Nebraska Cinema West Theaters 15 143 Petaluma, CA California, Idaho Cinemark Theatres: 525 4,566 Plano, TX

  4. Akhil Akkineni - Wikipedia

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    Akhil Akkineni. Akhil Akkineni (born 8 April 1994) is an American actor of Indian descent known for his works in Telugu cinema. Akhil was born in San Jose, California, and was raised in Hyderabad, India. Akhil debuted into films as a child artist in the children's film Sisindri (1994), for which he won a Filmfare Special Award.

  5. Century Theatres - Wikipedia

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    The first Century theater was the Century 21 in San Jose, California, which opened November 24, 1964, adjacent to the Winchester Mystery House. The Century 21 theater was built to showcase Cinerama type movies (the left and right empty projection booths are still present), but in fact, it showed only 70mm movies.

  6. Pussycat Theaters - Wikipedia

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    The first Pussycat Theater opened in March 1966 on 444 South Hill Street, Los Angeles. Within two years, there were almost a dozen locations, from San Diego to San Francisco. In 1968, Vince Miranda bought a 50% share of the company. Miranda was unable to prevent those outside California from using the Pussycat name. Miranda spent $1 million to ...

  7. Frontier Village - Wikipedia

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    Frontier Village was a 39-acre (16 ha) amusement park in San Jose, California, that operated from 1961 to September 1980. It was located at 4885 Monterey Road , at the intersection with Branham Lane.

  8. Reportedly haunted locations in California - Wikipedia

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    The Whaley House in San Diego was built by the Thomas Whaley family in 1857. The home once hosted the town courthouse, general store, granary, theater, and morgue. It evolved into a commercial hub of early San Diego, before "New Town" was developed several miles to the south. This National Historic Landmark, now a museum, is allegedly haunted ...

  9. Pruneyard Shopping Center - Wikipedia

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    Robins. The Pruneyard Shopping Center is a 250,000 sq ft (23,000 m 2) open-air shopping center located in Campbell, California, at the intersection of Campbell Avenue and Bascom Avenue, just east of State Route 17. It was built in the 1960s as the PruneYard Shopping Center.

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