729 S. Main Street,
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One of the many theatres which lined South Main Street in downtown Los Angeles.
From its name it was most likely operated by and built for William H. ‘Billy’ Clune, who was an early pioneer film producer and exhibitor. Clune’s Broadway Theatre of 1910 (later the now closed Cameo on South Broadway) was also one of his projects.
The Clune’s Theatre possibly dates from around this time but I have no further records of when it closed.
On the site of Clune’s Theatre has now been recently built a low cost residential hotel named the New Senator Hotel.
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