103 West Diamond Avenue,
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Opened in 1913, this 600 seat theatre was designed by Los Angeles architects Hunt and Burns. Initially having a programme of film and vaudeville, on the fairly large stage which was 20ft deep and a procenium opening of 40ft wide. It was taken over by West Coast Theatres in 1920 and showed mainly action and western movies.
It closed in 1928 and was demolished to make room for the Fox Redondo Theatre which was built on part of the site, opening in February 1929.
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