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The Los Angeles Theatre ... Bullocks Department Store, Kress Five  Dime, Los Angeles Theatre on Broadway, been there many times, what memories! Los Angeles was so beautiful back then!

The Los Angeles Theatre . Bullocks Department Store, Kress Five Dime, Los Angeles Theatre on Broadway, been there many times, what memories! Los Angeles was so beautiful back then!

Old photo of Graumans Chinese Theater, Hollywood Blvd, 1929 vintage Los Angeles, California

Old photo of Grauman's Chinese Theater, Hollywood Blvd, 1929 vintage Los Angeles, California

Wilshire Blvd., 1928

, The Brown Derby can be seen on the right and on the left you can see where cars are entering and leaving the driveway to the Ambassador Hotel and it's famous Coconut Grove nightclub (out of frame)

I do enjoy the sight of theater with a soaring tower, but this one might have to take the cake. This is the Leimert Theater at 3341 W. 43rd Place, Los Angeles (near USC) This shot was take in 1933—miraculously the building still stands there today as the Vision Theater.

"Any Seat Any Time" boasted The Los Angeles Leimert Theater in It was later leased as The Watchtower Circuit Assembly Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses and still stands in Leimert Park.

The Wiltern, 1931

Opening night of the Warner Brothers Western Theatre (now the Wiltern Theatre). Behind is the Pellissier Building - corner of Wilshire Blvd. and Western Ave.

The Los Angeles Theatre, S. Broadway, Los Angeles (opened Jan. 1931)

The Los Angeles Theatre / The Los Angeles Theatre Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument No. The movie palace, designed by S. Charles Lee, opened on Broadway in downtown L. on January with the premiere of Charlie Chaplin's City Lights.

The Orpheum on lower Broadway in downtown Los Angeles, during it’s life as a vaudeville theater, 1949.

The Orpheum on lower Broadway in downtown Los Angeles, during it’s life as a vaudeville theater, (South Park series 2 of

The Los Angeles Theatre ... there were lots of grand old theatres on Broadway

Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument No. The movie palace, designed by S. Charles Lee, opened on Broadway in downtown L. on January with the premiere of Charlie Chaplin's City Lights.

Old Los Angeles: Wilshire Boulevard transitions from a Spanish to an American street grid at Hoover, as seen in this circa 1930s.

Old Los Angeles, California: Wilshire Boulevard transitions from a Spanish to an American street grid at Hoover, as seen in this photo circa

1929 marquee of the United Artists Theater (built in 1927), neighbor to the Eastern Columbia Building, in Los Angeles' Broadway Theater District

1929 marquee of the United Artists Theater (built in neighbor to the Eastern Columbia Building, in Los Angeles' Broadway Theater District

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