Laemmle Noho 7

Movie theaters, Multiplex North Hollywood
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In LA, Laemmle Theaters is one of the hallowed places to watch the best in independent and foreign films. To say that's an important part of being an LA film enthusiast would be an understatement. With eight locations all over the Greater LA region, Laemmle (say "LEM-lee") is a cornerstone for great film, previews and screenings, and events. Established in 1938, the company is still family-run by (you guessed it) the Laemmles.

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Venue name: Laemmle Noho 7
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Address: 5240 Lankershim Blvd
North Hollywood
91601
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