Woodland Hills Cinema
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This was a three-screen theater built in the 1960s (I think) in the same design as the Montclair GCC.
Located on the southeast corner of Victory Boulevard and Owensmouth (behind what was a Soup Exchange in the early 1990s), it was a first run theater for the longest time, but was eventually downgraded to second-run movies by the late ‘80s under pressure of competition from theaters like Pacific’s Topanga, U/A’s Warner Center (both a block over, in different directions), and the GCC Fallbrook one mile away in West Hills. For a few years, this venue was also home to Friday and Saturday night casts that performed “The Rocky Horror Picture Show”.
In early November 1991, this theater was closed down then fenced-off for roughly four months. In March 1992, it was torn down so that a new, modern building could be erected in its place. As of 2006, said building is split between a Men’s Warehouse and CompUSA.
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