LOS ANGELES MOVIE THEATRE
GOING TO THE MOVIESAcademy Theatre, Admiral, Ahmanson, Alex, Alpha, Alvarado, Arcade, Fox Arroyo, Bandstand, Belasco, Boulevard, Bovard Auditorium, Broad Stage, Westwood Bruin.
Cameo, Chinese, Cinema Arts Theatre, Cinerama Dome, Crest Theatre, Criterion, De Anza Riverside, Disney Concert Hall, Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Ebell Wilshire, Egyptian, Elite, El Capitan, El Portal, El Rey Live Music, Fairfax, Far West, Fifth Avenue, Fine Arts, Fox Fullerton, Fox Hollywood, Fox Inglewood, Fox Pomona, Fox Riverside, Fox Venice, Fox Westwood, Fox Wilshire, Globe on Broadway, Golden Gate, Greek Amphitheater for classical music and play, Hayworth, Highland, Playhouse, Hollywood moving picture theatre, Hollywood Bowl, Ivar Venue, Imagine Asian Center has a wall-to-wall screen, Dolby digital, THX certified surround sound, digital projectors, deluxe stadium seating and a posh VIP section with a bar, serving drinks. George and Sakaye Aratani Japan America Theatre, Jensen's Melrose Theatre, Kim Sing Chinese Films, Kirk Douglas, Kodak, Laemmle's Fairfax, Laemmle's Monica, La Reina, Laurel Theatre, Linda Lea, Los Angeles on Broadway, Los Feliz, Loyola, Mayfair, Marionette Theater, Mark Taper Forum, Mayan Playhouse, The Merced Theatre was the first permanent theater in the city of Los Angeles. The ticket prices ranged from 50 cents in the balcony to 1 $ for chairs on the parquet. The people found diversion in the burlesque shows of travelling troupes or the dramatic and musical efforts of local talent, Million Dollar, Mission Playhouse, Music Box, Nate Holden Performing Arts Centre, National Theatre, Nokia Theatre, Nubell.
Oasis Theatre, Old Town Music Hall, Olympic Auditorium, Olympic, Orpheum, Pacific, Palace on Broadway, Palace, Palladium Ballroom, Pantages Hollywood, The Playhouse, Ramona, REDCAT, Regal Cinemas, Regent, Reseda, Rialto on Broadway, Rialto Pasadena, Ritz, Roxie Broadway, Roxie Sunset, Shrine Auditorium, Starland, State, Strand, Temple Theatre, Theater Center, Thorne Hall, Tower, United Artists Downtown, United Artists Pasadena, Variety Arts Theater, Victoria, Village, Vine, Vision, Vista, Vogue Kino, Warner Brothers, Warner Grand, Westlake, Wilshire, Wiltern, Writers Guild Theatre, X Cinematheque for the Elder One.
LinkCinema Treasures, Cinema Tour to research and document the locations and histories of cinemas around the world.
Hollywood and the City of Los Angeles are the most filmed places on earth: TV Commercials, Soap Operas and Series, Feature films, cartoons, 3D computer animation and music videos are produced here in California. In the Roaring Twenties of the last century the big production companies started to build movie palaces and outplayed each other with splendor and glory. Most buildings survived the television area as sleeping beauties and being restored now.