401 W Seventh St Downtown Los Angeles (Los Angeles) CA
Opened: August 17, 1920
Current Use: Retail
Capacity: 2500 seats
Architect(s): B Marcus Priteca
Architectural Style(s): Beaux Arts
Current Organ: none
Also Known As: Pantages, Warner Bros Downtown, Warrens
Previously operated by: Metropolitan Theatres
Information for this tour was contributed by David Thompson.
The Warner Brothers Downtown Theater opened on August 17, 1920, as the Pantages Theater.
The Warner Brothers Downtown Theater had its grand (re)opening featuring the western premiere of Gold Diggers of Broadway in 1929. The theater spent its last movie showing days known as the "Warrens Theater" run by the Metropolitan chain.
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