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Liberty Theatre

617 K St
Sacramento CA

Demolished
Record #21554  
 Opened: 1912
 Closed: 1957
 Demolished: Yes (date unknown)
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Current Organ: none
 Also Known As:
 Previously operated by: Lippert Theatres

The Liberty was built adjacent to the Garrick (Capitol) theater and opened in 1912. The theater closed in 1957 and was eventually demolished to make way for the Downtown Plaza project.

An article in the 1/28/1943 edition of the Sacramento Bee reported that Lippert had purchased this theatre from J.W. DiStasio, one of the few remaining independent theater owners in Sacramento.

An article in the 4/14/1951 Sacramento Bee reported that Kemla Theaters of Sacramento would assume management duties from Lippert.



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