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Plaza Theatre

1067 Glendon Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90024
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Opened: The Plaza Theatre was opened in 1967 by Laemmle Theatres and run by them until 1991 when Mann Theatres acquired the lease. It was on the west side of the street between Weyburn and Kinross. Thanks to Scott Neff for his 2001 photo on Cinema Tour.

Seating: 650

Status: Closed October 2004. The theatre was demolished for a new development encompassing the whole block.



A 2004 Mark Campbell photo appearing on the Cinema Tour page about the Plaza.



Thanks to Mark Tufitee for this December 30, 2004 photo on Cinema Treasures.



The development that swallowed the Plaza Theatre site. Photo: Bill Counter - 2007.

The Plaza in the Movies:



We're in Westwood and get a look at the Plaza in Robert Aldrich's "Hustle (Paramount, 1975). The film stars Burt Reynolds, Catherine Deneuve and Ben Johnson in a tale of an L.A. cop investigating a suicide that may actually have been something else.

Thanks to Eitan Alexander for spotting this one -- and providing the screenshot. See the Theatres In Movies post for one more shot from this scene

More information: See the Mann Plaza page on Cinema Treasures. There's a small 1999 shot of the Plaza on the Westwood Theatres page of the Roadside Peek.

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