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==History==
 
==History==
Opened in 1910 after the great earthquake and rebuilding of the city, the Clay became one of the first and the longest continuously-operating movie houses in San Francisco. It original operated under the name "New Fillmore" and then A Nickelodeon Theater until 1935 When Herbert Rosener reopened the Clay as The Clay International. It has been a go-to spot for midnight film in San Francisco since 1972, when the Clay hosted the first midnight movie in San Francisco with the premiere of John Water's ''Pink Flamingos.''  Since the early 2000s, [[Bawdy Caste]] has performed at screenings of ''[[The Rocky Horror Picture Show]]'' the last Saturday of each month.  
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Opened in 1910 after the great earthquake and rebuilding of the city, the Clay became one of the first and the longest continuously-operating movie houses in San Francisco. It original operated under the name "New Fillmore" and then A Nickelodeon Theater until 1935 When Herbert Rosener reopened the Clay as The Clay International. It has been a go-to spot for midnight film in San Francisco since 1972, when the Clay hosted the first midnight movie in San Francisco with the premiere of John Water's ''Pink Flamingos.''  Since 2007, [[Bawdy Caste]] has performed at screenings of ''[[The Rocky Horror Picture Show]]'' the last Saturday of each month.  
 
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==Screening History==
 
==Screening History==

Latest revision as of 05:23, 12 July 2019

The Clay in 2018

Theater Location: 2261 Fillmore St, San Francisco, CA 94115

Theater Website [1]

Theater Chain: Landmark Theatres (since 1991)

Theater Open Date: 1910

Theater Status: Active

Cast Affiliations

History

Opened in 1910 after the great earthquake and rebuilding of the city, the Clay became one of the first and the longest continuously-operating movie houses in San Francisco. It original operated under the name "New Fillmore" and then A Nickelodeon Theater until 1935 When Herbert Rosener reopened the Clay as The Clay International. It has been a go-to spot for midnight film in San Francisco since 1972, when the Clay hosted the first midnight movie in San Francisco with the premiere of John Water's Pink Flamingos. Since 2007, Bawdy Caste has performed at screenings of The Rocky Horror Picture Show the last Saturday of each month.

Screening History

Special Screenings

External Links

https://www.landmarktheatres.com/san-francisco/clay-theatre/info

https://Bawdycaste.com