Created for theatre impresario Sid Grauman as his first Los Angeles venue, the Million Dollar was one of the earliest and largest movie palaces in the country, boasting over 2,000 seats. The theatre opened February 1, 1918 with the premiere of The Silent Man accompanied by a thirty-piece orchestra. Guests included Douglas Fairbanks, Sr., Mary Pickford, and Charlie Chaplin. In the 1940s, the theatre hosted jazz and big band stars such as Billie Holiday, Artie Shaw, and Lionel Hampton. In the 1950s, the Million Dollar became the first theatre on Broadway to feature Spanish-language variety shows (variedades), including headline acts from Mexico City and Latin America. The theatre served as a leading Latinx entertainment venue for decades, featuring variedades and Mexican film premieres.
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