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Stanford Theater

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221 University Avenue
Palo Alto, CA 94301
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(650) 324-3700
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Stanford Theater - Palo Alto, CA
Stanford Theater - Palo Alto, CA
Stanford Theater - Palo Alto, CA
Stanford Theater - Palo Alto, CA
Stanford Theater - Palo Alto, CA
Stanford Theater - Palo Alto, CA
Stanford Theater - Palo Alto, CA

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I have seen this movie over 100 times, but after seeing it on big screen for the first time, I saw scenes that were excluded on my DVD. It...

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All reviews seem positive

newly remodeled 8/15/2005

this old theatre was under construction for almost the last year and has now reopened. they show old movies, for example philidelphia story is currently playing. they seem to show two or three movies at a time, and it's unclear how long they run. now that it has re-opened it is drawing quite a crowd, and there was a line around the block for weekend showings. not surprisingly, it draws an older crowd. more

Major Old-World Charm 7/16/2005

A pet project of a wealthy bay-area business man, the Stanford Theater harkens back to the golden age of film, and of movie stars -- when acting meant something. It exclusively specializes in "old movies" scheduling marathons of rotating subjects -- one week it may be Betty Davis, the next Cary Grant. If you dig old black and white movies, and want to see them on the big screen as they were intended, this is your chance to relax, grab some popcorn, and enjoy. Intermission (yes intermission) is still heralded by a live pipe organ, and the heavy red curtains that hide the screen when not in use lend to the lavishness of the entire experience. A true movie-connoisseurs theater! Call to find out what's playing now! It’s currently undergoing renovation and expansion. (Re-opens 6-Aug-05) more
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  • The Scene
    This 175-seat movie palace has been meticulously restored to its 1925-era grandeur by former classics professor David Packard Jr., son of the computer tycoon. Plush red-mohair...

  • 11/2/2006 Provided by Citysearch

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    Downtown North

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