Burbank Theater Sign

UPDATE – July 2015:
Code Enforcement (Santa Clara County) stepped in as the owner still did nothing.
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September 2014.
With our project to save this Theater we hope to see this looking much better soon!!.

Burbank Theater sign, in disrepair and with fresh Graffiti facing S. Bascom Ave main Entrance Side - Sept 2014

Burbank Theater sign, in disrepair and with fresh Graffiti facing S. Bascom Ave main Entrance Side – Sept 2014

This shot, is an attempt to see what the sign looks like without graffiti rather hard to do right now.

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Burbank Theater sign, in disrepair with something looking like it’s about to fall from the top – Sept 2014

Here’s the view from the Parkmoor or the Highway 280 side, still a sad sight.

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Burbank Theater sign, in disrepair the view from Highway 280 or Parkmoor – Sept 2014

3 thoughts on “Burbank Theater Sign

  1. Chris McCann

    It’s probably the look of this sign that cements in many people’s minds their negative view of Burbank, figuring the whole area must reflect it’s decrepit appearance. (We who live here know better, but the historic working class nature is a turnoff to many, even while salaries and home prices continue a dramatic rise here).

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  2. Joshua

    We just moved to the area. We want to help save this theater. It would be fun to offer a once a month tour of the inside to those who donate (if possible). We are donating either way. Thanks

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    1. burbanktheater Post author

      Thank you for the great idea, and your generous contribution! As soon as the foreclosure’s public auction happens we will know more as to the outcome.

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