Studs at the Pussycat Theatre
7734 Santa Monica Boulevard,
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Previously operated by: Pussycat Theatres
Styles: Streamline Moderne
Previous Names: Monica Theatre, Monica International Theatre, left bank Theatre, Pussycat Theatre, Tomkat Theatre
The Monica Theatre opened on March 15, 1940 with Bette Davis in “The Old Maid”. On August 30, 1968 it became the left bank Theatre, screening Eva Renzi in “That Woman”. The venue has had many different incarnations but is best known for its days as a Pussycat Theatre which opened March 13, 1970 with Loray White in “The Notorious Cleopatra” & Vic Lance in “Weekend Lovers”. The Pussycat Theatre continued into the 1980’s.
It then became the Tomkat Theatre screening hardcore gay adult films for many years.
Today, as Studs at the Pussycat Theatre, it continues to show gay adult features, and was converted into a four-screen theatre in 2011. It was closed on October 29, 2022.
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