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  1. Fox Theater, Westwood Village - Wikipedia

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    The Fox Westwood Village has a reputation for top quality sound and projection. The most recent re-modeling was about 1998-1999 with the theater getting new seating and carpet. [7] In 2014, Regency added the immersive Dolby Atmos sound system to the theater in time for the movie Transcendence .

  2. Fox Theater, Westwood Village — Wikipedia Republished // WIKI 2

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    The Fox The­ater, West­wood Village, also known as the Fox Vil­lage Theater, 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.

  3. Fox Bruin Theater - Wikipedia

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    The Bruin is located in the heart of the Mediterranean-themed Westwood Village shopping and cinema precinct, opposite the prominent white tower of the Fox Village Theater. The structure was designed by movie theater architect, S. Charles Lee, with a Streamline Moderne marquee, and opened in 1937. It is named after the UCLA mascot Joe Bruin.

  4. Talk:Fox Theater, Westwood Village - Wikipedia

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  5. Fox Theater, Westwood Village - WikiMili, The Free Encyclopedia

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    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.

  6. Fox Theatres - Wikipedia

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    Detroit—Largest of the Fox theatres, opened 1928, fully restored 1988; El Paso, Texas—Opened in 1965, and was the first in Texas. Has since been demolished. Forest Hills, New York. Kew Gardens-Opened September 14, 1929, later became a miniature golf course, demolished late 1950s; Fullerton, California—Opened 1925 as the Alician Court Theatre

  7. Fox Theatre - Wikipedia

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    Fox Theatre or Fox Theater or Fox Theater Building may refer to: U.S. Fox Tucson Theatre (Tucson, Arizona) Fox Theater (Bakersfield, California) Fox Theatre (Fullerton, California) Fox Theater (Los Angeles, California) Fox Theater, Westwood Village (Los Angeles, California) Fox Oakland Theatre (Oakland, California) Pomona Fox Theater (Pomona ...

  8. Fox Theater, Westwood Village Encyclopedia References | Earthspot

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    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 theater ...

  9. Category:Movie palaces - Wikipedia

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    Pages in category "Movie palaces" The following 165 pages are in this category, out of 165 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().

  10. Village - Westwood Village - Welcome to Regency Theatres

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    Built in 1930, and opened in 1931, Regency's Village Theatre has been a popular location to see movies for several generations of moviegoers. Across the street from the Bruin Theatre, the Village was a part of the old Fox Theatres circuit and played the best of the Fox Studio's films. The Fox name still lights up the top of the theatre today.

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