Located on Broadway in downtown Oakland, CA, the Paramount Theatre is a slice of living history that also embodies the end of an era. Back in the Golden Age of film when Hollywood studios owned every major theatre and completely controlled film distribution, ornate and impressive theatres like the Paramount were the order of the day. However, the Great Depression changed that, and the Paramount—with its magnificent, 2,992-seat, Art Deco design—was the last studio-owned movie palace built in ...
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