Hollywood Legion Theatre
2035 N. Highland Avenue,
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Styles: Art Deco
Previous Names: Hollywood American Legion Post 43 Theater
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The Hollywood American Legion Post 43 Theater was built and opened on July 4, 1929 with 525-seats. It was designed by architects (brothers) Joseph Weston & Eugene Weston, who were members of Post 43. Located on N. Highland Avenue to the north of Hollywood Boulevard and south of the Hollywood Bowl.
Following a restoration/renovation, it opened as a movie theatre on April 14, 2019 when it screened a 70mm print of Julie Andrews in “The Sound of Music” as part of the Turner Classic Movies Film Festival. It is equipped to play 16mm, 35mm & 70mm film and digital presentations. Equipment in the projection booth features two Norelco 35mm/70mm projectors with state of the art sound, capable of running 6-track mag prints. It has a 4K digital projector.
An outdoor Drive-In has been created on an adjacent plot of land which is capable of screening 35mm film.
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