The Fox Theatre, Westwood Village, also known as the Fox Village Theatre, is a historic, landmark cinema in Westwood, Los Angeles, California, in the Westwood Village. It is located in the heart of Westwood and only a couple of minutes from UCLA. It is currently operated by Regency Theaters under the name Regency Village Theatre.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fox_Theater,_Westwood_Village
The Fox Theatre, Westwood Village, also known as the Fox Village Theatre, is a historic, landmark cinema in Westwood, Los Angeles, California, in the Westwood Village. It is located in the heart of Westwood and only a couple of minutes from UCLA. It is currently operated by Regency Theaters under the name Regency Village Theatre.
The most striking feature of the Fox Theater is the iconic 170-foot white Spanish Revival/Modern tower which looms over the Broxton and Weyburn Avenues intersection. Atop the tower is a blue and white metal Art Deco “Fox” sign, which was renovated in the late 1980s.
Opened in 1931 and host to decades of premieres, this single-screen movie theater is easily Westwood Village's most iconic structure thanks to its 170-foot-tall
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The Fox Theatre was operated by Fox West Coast Theatres, National General Theatres and lastly by Mann’s Theatres. The Fox Theatre was closed in 1994, due to earthquake damage. The building remained closed to the public for over a decade, although for a while it was used by Mann’s Theatres for storage.
Located in Westwood Village, a purpose-built retail, leisure and residential development which was constructed in 1929. The Fox Village Theatre opened on August 14, 1931 with Marie Dressler in “Politics”. It is designed in a Spanish Mission style decoration (similar to the Carthay Circle Theatre, Fox Arlington Theatre, Fox Florence Theatre).
We see the Fox Westwood in the 1933 Hal Roach Studios two-reeler "Beauty and the Bus" starring Thelma Todd and Patsy Kelly. The screenshot appears in the terrific Arcadia Publishing book " Location Filming in Los Angeles " by Karie Bible, Marc Wanamaker and Michael Medved. It's available on Amazon. Thanks to Jonathan Raines for spotting the photo.
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Built in 1949 on the site of the Granada Theatre, the Inglewood Fox was the last theatre constructed by the Fox West Coast Theatre chain. The Fox hosted premieres, previews, and was a first-run movie house.