Fox Florence Theatre
1536 E. Florence Avenue,
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The Fox Florence Theatre opened April 8, 1932 and was designed by architect S. Charles Lee. The main entrance had a courtyard with a fountain that had fish and a statue in the center. The courtyard had boutiques all around and at the end of the courtyard was the entrance to the theatre, which had four or six very large doors.
To the left and to the right were two spiral staircases. The theatre seemed large, with just over 1,700 seats.
The Fox Florence Theatre closed around 1965 and was torn down around 1968. A Rite-Aid Pharmacy now stands on the site. This theatre looked similar to the Fox Arlington Theatre which still operates today in Santa Barbara.
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