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Built in 1937, according to that defunct Loopnet listing.
Operating in 1950 and possibly earlier – here’s a pretty picture of it when it was the Palm: View link
Also known as the Lincoln Theatre.
Opened in 1956, according to this great new article in the San Diego Union-Tribune: View link
Wild Don Lewis?
It took me a long time to track anything about it, too.
Not a strip mall. A house.
Shouldn’t this be listed as an East Los Angeles theatre?
A live concert venue in the ‘60s located at 8849 Sunset Boulevard in West Hollywood. Currently home to Panini Pizza, across the street from the Viper Room.
There’s a small building at this address, but without a closer look, it’s still a mystery.
Actually, the jeans stores are to the left and right of this address. 547 S. Broadway is now Sassy Perfume. I wonder if they carry “hot butter” fragrance.
Very likely at the spot where the Tacos Gavilan building sits next to Fernando’s Lumber.
Just another mini-mall there now.
It’s either the Quality Cafe building or the violin shop building.
Also known as the Barbara Theatre from at least 1942 through 1955.
Nice to see Star Pants Mfrs. is still in business. It makes it easier to pinpoint the theatre’s location, anyway.
All new buildings up and down the block now.
Torn down in favor of some new building in the last year or so.
Building’s still there. Now operating as Genesis Vacuum.
A newish-looking church sits at this address now.
Shouldn’t this theatre’s city be changed to East Los Angeles?
The GoogleMaps pointer directs to a residential area not in the 90015 area of Los Angeles. At any rate, the theatre has been torn down and replaced by a pharmacy.
Doug’s Furniture Store is currently at 2415 – could be the theatre building.
Demolished to make way for the 710 Freeway.
Now a bank and a parking structure.