United Artists Westwood 4

10889 Wellworth Ave.

Los Angeles, CA 90024


Opening: This house opened as the UA Cinema Center in 1972. It's a building that previously had been an auto showroom.

It later was known as the UA Coronet and, finally the UA Westwood.

It opened as a 4-plex but in its final years was only 3 as the two smallest auditoria were combined to make a larger one.

UA also operated another house as the UA Westwood prior to losing the lease to Cineplex Odeon. That theatre, north of Wilshire, ended up as the Mann Festival.

Seating: 500, 500 and 200

Status: Closed in 2001. Now remodeled into a CVS pharmacy.

More information:  There's a history of the UA Westwood on Cinema Treasures.

You can see an exterior photo by Scott Neff on Cinema Tour. About as exciting then as in its current incarnation.

     Silver Screens    


The website Silver Screens features a two page 1999
 Los Angeles Theatres piece with photos by Don Ceppi that
explores many area theatres.

Here we're at the United Artists Westwood in 1998.
Sorry,  but there aren't any larger views.

The former United Artists
Westwood Theatres.

photo: Bill Counter - 2007 

[click on the image to enlarge ]

In the photo you can see the Crest Theatre just down the street
on Westwood Blvd. as we look north toward Wilshire Blvd.

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     Roadside Peek    


Here's a shot of the exterior when it was still the
UA Westwood from this great site's
Westwood Theatres page.