The Tower Theatre opened in 1927 and was commissioned by H.L. Gumbiner, who also built the Los Angeles Theatre in 1931. It was the first theater designed by architect S. Charles Lee. The Tower was the first filmhouse in Los Angeles to be wired for talking pictures.
The Tower Theatre seats 900 and was designed in powerful Baroque Revival style with innovative French, Spanish, Moorish, and Italian elements all executed in terra-cotta. Its interior was modeled after the Paris Opera House.
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