Loews Cinema Theatre
10124 Mason Avenue,
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Architects: George T. Kirkpatrick
Previous Names: Cinema Chatsworth, Cinema 76
This long-defunct venue was once the key occupant of a shopping center on the southeast corner of Devonshire Street and Mason Avenue.
It was opened as the Cinema Chatsworth on June 29, 1966 with Gregory Peck in “Arabesque”. It was operated by a variety of franchises throughout its lifetime–including the Century Theatres, Loews and General Cinema chains. On April 5, 1980 it was renamed Cinema 76 and began screening Spanish language movies.
By the early-1990’s, it was shut down and converted into retail space.
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