Teatro los Pinos
9325 Long Beach Boulevard,
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Previously operated by: South-Lyn Theatres
Architects: Simeon Charles Lee
Styles: Streamline Moderne
Previous Names: Vogue Theatre, Los Pinos Theatre
The Vogue Theatre was built in 1937 by A.V. Perkinson according to the building permit I saw at the South Gate City Hall. It was designed in Art Moderne style by famed theatre architect S. Charles Lee. The Vogue Theatre was still open in 1956, but had gone from listings in the Film Daily Yearbook by 1957.
In later years the snack bar area was used to sell tickets for performances of Spanish-language live comedy shows and films. The name of the theatre was later changed to the Los Pinos Theatre (today going by the Spanish version of that name, Teatro los Pinos). The Teatro los Pino was demolished in January 2018.
The Arden Theatre was located just a little more south on Long Beach Boulevard in the city of Lynwood.
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