Pacific 1-2-3

6433 Hollywood Boulevard,
Los Angeles, CA 90028

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Pacific 1-2-3, Los Angeles, CA

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Comments (2)

terrywade on October 28, 2016 at 9:18 am

So sad year after year the old Warner Cinerama Theatre sits empty and locked all up. You would think Pacific Theatres the Forman family would get something going for the tourists who visit Hollywood each year and just walk past the place with money to spend on entertainment in their pocket. Time for the Shuberts to buy the place and give some competition to the same old shows that play down the street at the old RKO Pantages Theatre run by the Neds.

CStefanic on July 24, 2018 at 5:03 pm

I’d like that. I know it cost money and a lot of planning, but there is a LOT of finance to go around, especially to save old Hollywood, and the movie going experience. I’m shocked that this gem of a hidden secret hasn’t sparked more debate or conversations about it. I myself have never entered the building but by all accounts it’s a gorgeous, lovely palace still inside.

Question: Was the screen reduced in later years? All the pictures I’ve seen of the auditorium do NOT show a Cinerama screen.

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