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The exquisitely refurbished Stanford Theatre is quite a bargain!! A double feature showing vintage films, a organist who entertains during performances. The rich detail bespeaks of a bygone era. They have a mini museum of old movie posters and memorabilia. A great evening after dinner...More
Beautiful theatre building that shows restored classic films. It's like going to the movies in the 30's! And the live organ that rises up out of the pit to perform between the two showings is the best part of the evening!
The Stanford Theater is a classical independent movie theater, located on University avenue, Palo Alto, which did show all kinds of movies until it was restored and transformed into a classic Hollywood movie theater in 1989 by David Packard, who aimed to bringing back the movie-going experience...More
A heritage theatre right in the midst of the bustling University Avenue, screens only Old movies pre 1970s.
They have an afternoon (3pm) and an evening (730pm) show daily. It was really an experience to watch
MY FAIR LADY (the 3pm show or matinee as...More
Beautifully restored theatre offering vintage classic movies. From the organ to the traditional concession stand to the balcony experience it is a must see if you enjoy old movies. There is also a gallery of vintage movie posters which is awesome.
If you love classic movies this is the place to go! Located in downtown Palo Alto, close to restaurants and bars. Free parking nearby also at the city hall (not sure if parking is free during the day). Whenever I go north to visit my...More
This is a wonderful place to visit if you are a fan of classic old movies or want to get the experience of attending a movie before the days of the big multi-plexes. The theatre has been completely restored to the beauty of its 1925...More