Category:United Artists Theatre (Los Angeles)
highrise hotel and movie theater building in downtown Los Angeles, California, United States
|Location||Broadway Theater District, Los Angeles, United States of America|
|Located at street address|
English: United Artists Theatre — originally a United Artists movie palace and office tower, and the present day Ace Hotel Los Angeles, on Broadway in Downtown Los Angeles.
- Built in 1927, the Spanish Gothic Revival style building is a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument, and Historic district contributing property in the NRHP Broadway Theater Historic District.
- Between cinema and hotel, it also served as a Texaco Oil office building and televangelist Gene Scott's Los Angeles University Cathedral.
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Media in category "United Artists Theatre (Los Angeles)"
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- United Artists Theater, Los Angeles.JPG 2,178 × 3,074; 1.58 MB
- Ace Hotel.jpg 1,425 × 1,863; 941 KB
- Jesus Saves Cinema? (1602658378).jpg 1,024 × 768; 524 KB
- LACMA The Hateful Eight Live Reading.jpg 3,200 × 2,368; 4.7 MB
- Los Angeles United Artists Theatre 2008 1.jpg 1,490 × 2,522; 1.58 MB
- Los Angeles United Artists Theatre 2008 2.jpg 2,448 × 3,264; 2.42 MB
- United Artists (149193821).jpg 768 × 1,024; 372 KB
- United Artists Building (now Ace Hotel Los Angeles) top floor.jpg 1,824 × 3,248; 2.4 MB
- United Artists Theater (Ace Hotel).jpg 2,816 × 2,112; 814 KB
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