Vogue Theatre


712 W. Whittier Blvd.    | map

Montebello, CA   90640

Opened: December 14,1937 as the New Vogue Theatre.

It's also been known as the Vogue and the Vogue Fine Arts. The vogue was a remodel of an existing building that dated from 1929. It was owned by Alfred Olander, who also owned the Garmar.

It operated as a second-run budget house.

Architect:  S. Charles Lee

Seating: 543

Status: The Vogue ran at least through the 1966. In the early 70s the location was a travel agency. It's now a hair salon.

More information: See the Cinema Treasures page on the Vogue for all the history that exists. Also see the comments about the Vogue on the Garmar Cinema Treasures page.


    HudsonJet.net   

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This site dedicated to Hudson car dealerships shows
this photo as 712 Whittier Blvd., c.1937.  This appears to be
the building that became the Vogue in December 1937. 
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    Joe Vogel on Flickr   

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A 2008 view of the former Vogue on crack Cinema
Treasures researcher Joe Vogel's Flickr album. Here the
building is a salon. Note the S. Charles Lee signage with
the portholes still remaining.   full size view






A view of the Vogue building in 2009 on Google Maps.

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Al Desmadre has this image of Montebello's
Vogue Theatre in his 2008 post:
"Memories of a Lost Boulevard: The Garmar Theatre."
 larger view


The photo also appears in the photo album on the
Facebook page "Everything in and Around Montebello."