Bill Robinson Theatre
4219 S. Central Avenue,
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Architects: Lewis Arthur Smith
Previous Names: Tivoli Theatre
The Tivoli Theatre was part of a long lost section of movie houses in South Central Los Angeles. It was opened prior to 1926 when it was listed with 450 seats. In 1931 it become an African-American theatre and the seating capacity had been increased to 873. In 1937 it was renamed Bill Robinson Theatre. It was still open in 1960.
The building was demolished in 1971 following damage from the Sylmar earthquake.
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