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Keystone Theatre

3064 W. Pico Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90006
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Dates: Perhaps running from around 1915 until 1922. The Keystone Theatre is listed in the 1916 and 1917 city directories. It's not listed in the 1915 or 1923 editions. The building is on the south side of the street just east of Western Ave.

The L.A. Department of City Planning dates the building as being constructed in 1914. The photo is a 2011 Google Maps view looking west on Pico toward the theatre building.



A closer look at the Keystone's typical nickelodeon style arched entrance in another 2011 Google Maps view.

Status: Closing date as a theatre is unknown. It's been remodeled into retail space.

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