2524 E. Cesar E. Chavez Avenue,
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Architects: Lewis Arthur Smith
Previous Names: Lido Theatre
The Lido Theatre was a neighborhood movie house in Los Angeles designed by architect L.A. Smith and opened in 1925. It was later renamed Brooklyn Theatre for the street it was located on (Brooklyn Avenue, now called East Cesar E. Chavez Avenue). By 1957 it was operated by Aladdin Enterprises. It was closed in 1989 and has since been demolished.
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