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Woodley’s Theatre was an early vaudeville house in L.A.’s Broadway theater district. Built for E.W. Woodley, it was designed by the architectural firm Train & Williams and seated 900. Later renamed Victory Theater, it was purchased by Mack Sennett in 1920 and, after an expansion and extensive remodeling (by the Frank Meline Company) in a Spanish style, it was reopened as a motion picture theater. It did not remain for long, however, as the fourth Los Angeles home of the Orpheum Theater Circuit was built on its site only a few years later.
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