The Warner Beverly Hills Theatre was located at 9404 Wilshire Boulevard in Beverly Hills. Designed by well known theater architect B. Marcus Priteca, the building's large scale and elaborate art deco design made it a prominent feature in the landscape of Beverly Hills, distinguished especially by its tall neon-lit tower sign. Once a showcase for high profile films such as Lawrence of Arabia and The Sound of Music, it declined to a barely attended bargain venue prior to its demolition in 1989. It was razed to make room for a parking lot.
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Warner Beverly Hills - LAPL