United Artists Theatre
606 E. Colorado Boulevard,
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Firms: Walker & Eisen
Styles: Art Deco
Not to be confused with the new United Artists Pasadena Marketplace multiplex cinema, this old United Artists Theatre was opened around October 1931 with William Haines in “New Adventures of Get-Rich-Quick Wallingford”. It had 912 seats. It was operated by Fox West Coast Theatres by June 1938. In February 1990 it was taken back by UA.
Closed in 1990, it was gutted and converted for retail space which closed as Angels School Supply in 2015. In 2019 the screen end was converted into an Anytime Fitness gymnasium and the front of the theatre is a restaurant.
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