Crestline Village Theatre

23955 Lake Drive,
Crestline, CA 92325

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Styles: Quonset Hut, Streamline Moderne

Previous Names: Village Theatre

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Crestline Village Theatre

The Village Theatre in Crestline opened in 1937, housed in a Quonset-style building featuring a Streamline Moderne interior. The former movie house is today owned by a church, but when not used for church activities, it is used for live performances, concerts, and ocassional movie screenings. The theater, now called the Crestline Village Theater, also hosts community gatherings. It was closed by January 2012 and the building is ‘For Sale’.

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tom1davidson on September 27, 2005 at 12:17 pm

I have fond childhood memories of this theater when it was used as a movie theater. In the early to middle 50’s, we would always rent a cabin at Crestline during the summer. Our vacation experience always included seeing a movie at this theater, swimming at Lake Gregory, visiting the Lake Gregory Arcade and having lunch at the Orange Julius. One summer we saw Walt Disney’s “Living Desert” and I think that it was the very first movie that I can remember seeing.

I am glad that the building didn’t get torn down as Crestline grew!

kencmcintyre on December 20, 2008 at 3:43 pm

Here is a 1949 photo from the Pomona Public Library:

JackCoursey on June 9, 2012 at 10:45 am

As of January 2012 this property was vacant and up for sale.

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