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Brookhurst Loge

August 30th, 2007 · 2 Comments

Brookhurst Loge
2229 West Ball, Anaheim, CA.


Operators: Vinstrand
Status: Demolished
Opened: 2/18/70
Closed: 1996
Current Use: Vacant
Screens: 1
Seating: 200 Loge


Conceived as a luxury satellite for the neighboring Brookhurst Theatre, the Loge opened on February 18, 1970, with the film “Oliver!” Featuring an “adults only” admission policy and loge style seating for 200, the venue provided an intimate theatre going experience that was reminiscent of a screening room. Initially run as a separate theatre, with it’s own ticketing and programming; following the larger Brookhurst’s remodel/quad division, the Loge was often billed as a fifth auditorium.

The Loge was closed in 1996 and converted in to a cosmetology school by the new millennium. On 2/27/14, the structure was razed.


Brookhurst Loge     Brookhurst Loge Rear View

Brookhurst Loge Rooftop View   



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Tags: Anaheim

2 responses so far ↓

  • 1 A Modern Idea: The Brookhurst Loge // Jan 19, 2009 at 11:43 am

    […] Brookhurst post the other day, I thought it might be worthwhile to take a closer look at the Brookhurst Loge.   Opened on February 18, 1970, with a screening of “Oliver!”, the Loge was intended […]

  • 2 A Precursor Vacant Once More // Mar 4, 2012 at 8:19 pm

    […] County’s original boutique venue has fallen vacant once more. Earlier this year, the onetime Brookhurst Loge was vacated by long time resident, The James Albert Beauty […]