1615 W. Washington Boulevard,
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Previously operated by: Fox West Coast Theatres
Architects: Albert Carey Martin
Styles: Spanish Colonial
Previous Names: West Coast Boulevard Theatre, Inner City Theatre
The West Coast Boulevard Theatre was a large neighborhood house with a stage and a Wurlitzer theatre organ. It opened on May 27, 1925 with Joe Weber & Lew Fields in “Friendly Enemies, plus on stage a Fanchon & Marco ‘Idea’ "Sally”.
In the 1950’s, the stage space was removed and made into offices for Fox West Coast Theatres, the chain that operated the Boulevard Theatre. Sadly, the organ was also removed.
This theatre was finally torn down in the mid-1980’s and the site is now part of a drug store.
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