1065-1067 E. Anaheim Street,
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The Home Theatre was a neighborhood venue that launched in an existing building on April 16, 1924 with Clair Windsor in “The Little Church Around the Corner,” a Prizma color film, and a Century Comedy short, “Down to the Ship to See.”
The Home Theatre converted to sound but but closed on March 9, 1933 following damage caused by the March 1, 1933 Long Beach Earthquake. A Kodak film finisher took over there by 1937 and the building appears to be standing as of the 2020’s.
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