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Mann Westwood 4

1050 Gayley Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90024
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Opened: The Mann Westwood was opened by the circuit in 1975 as a tri-plex in a building that had been a Safeway. The largest auditorium was twinned in 1985. This was largely used as a moveover house.

The location was on a block with the Mann National on the south end and the Fox Westwood Village on the north. Thanks to Scott Neff for his 1997 photo appearing on the Cinema Tour page about the theatre.

Status: The complex closed in April 2002. The site is now a Whole Foods Market.



A tiny photo of the Mann Westwood by Don Ceppi from the Silver Screens page about Los Angeles theatres. Note no sign on the roof yet in this view.



Another tiny shot, this one from the Roadside Peek page about Westwood Theatres.



The former Mann Westwood 4 -- a supermarket once again. Photo: Bill Counter - 2007

More information: See the page on Cinema Treasures.

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