Warner Grand Theatre

<b>Warner Grand Theatre</b><br>
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478 W. 6th St., San Pedro<br>
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(310) 548-7672<br>
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If the script calls for a classic, old-time movie theater, Smith recommends  this remodeled and restored Art Deco theater that opened in 1931. It's where Kate Beckinsale chokes up during a newsreel in the World War II tear-jerker "Pearl Harbor" and is Kate Bosworth's date-night spot of choice in "Win a Date With Tad Hamilton!"<br>
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<i>Pictured: Olga Garay, head of L.A.'s Cultural Affairs Deptartment, with Warner Grand Theatre director Lee Sweet</i>
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( Luis Sinco / Los Angeles Times )

Warner Grand Theatre

478 W. 6th St., San Pedro

(310) 548-7672

If the script calls for a classic, old-time movie theater, Smith recommends this remodeled and restored Art Deco theater that opened in 1931. It's where Kate Beckinsale chokes up during a newsreel in the World War II tear-jerker "Pearl Harbor" and is Kate Bosworth's date-night spot of choice in "Win a Date With Tad Hamilton!"

Pictured: Olga Garay, head of L.A.'s Cultural Affairs Deptartment, with Warner Grand Theatre director Lee Sweet

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