5544 Hollywood Boulevard,
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The Apollo Theatre was built for West Coast Theatres and opened on February 17, 1921 with Charles Ray in “Nineteen and Phyllis” & Bobby Veronon in a Christie comedy “Hey, Rube”. Fox’s Apollo Theatre was located on Hollywood Boulevard near N. Western Avenue and it seated 600 people.
It was later renamed Apollo Arts Theatre and finally from April 30, 1971 the Star Theatre. It was destroyed by fire in December 1976. The remains have since been razed and an apartment building now sits on the site.
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