10850 W. Pico Boulevard,
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The Drive-In Theatre was the first of its type to be opened in California, and it opened on September 9, 1934.
Later known as the Pacific Drive-In, as it was operated by Pacific Theatres. By 1943, it was known as the Pico Drive-In, and was closed and demolished in 1947. The Picwood Theatre was built on part of the site.
Movies have always held a place at this intersection of West Los Angeles—from the 1948 built Picwood Theatre (which was demolished in 1990) to the 4-screen Landmark Theatre inside the Westside Pavillion, which opened in the 1980’s.
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