The 1927 Hollywood Pacific Theatre, aka Warner Pacific Theater, is the largest theater in Hollywood and is believed to be haunted by one of the Warner Brothers. Harry, Albert, Sam and Jack Warner were responsible for the construction of the theater, as well as the first talkie film, The Jazz Singer. The ghost who resides here is Sam Warner, who died from a brain hemorrhage 24 hours before the highly anticipated first showing of The Jazz Singer. The other brothers dedicated a plaque to Sam, which hangs in the lobby. Witnesses have seen Sam’s apparition in the theater and in the offices, as well as pacing the lobby. He also is said to ride the elevators and move furniture in the offices. Security personnel are reported to be familiar with Sam’s doings, and they let him be–it IS his theater, after all.
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- 6433 Hollywood Blvd
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- 34.1016958, -118.33051180000001
- Los Angeles County, California
- Nearest Towns:
- Hollywood, CA (0.3 mi.)
West Hollywood, CA (2.0 mi.)
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Century City, CA (5.9 mi.)
Los Angeles, CA (6.0 mi.)
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