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Fox Stadium Theatre

















The Fox Stadium was so named for its stepped seating section at the rear of the house, a rarity at the time. The 1930 building is a Boller Brothers design. The Mott Studios photo is in the collection of the California State Library.  The theatre, at 8906 W. Pico Blvd., has been a synagogue since 1964. See our Fox Stadium page for more views.

Also by Carl Boller:
Inglewood Theatre, Inglewood (1923)
Largo Theatre, Watts (1923)
Montrose Theatre
, Montrose (1923)
Tracy Theatre
, Long Beach (1925)
Atlantic Theatre, Long Beach (1942)

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