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The theatre was located in Ramona Park, an amusement park developed by a trolley car company as a destination for weekend riders. The park lasted until 1955.
The Ramona Theatre Pavilion sat on the west side of the park on Lakeside Drive from 1897 until 1949. It was an extremely popular summertime venue that could seat 1,700 people and hosted popular plays, musicals, Vaudevillian and burlesque acts, silent films, talkies, and favorite local and national entertainers, such as Will Rogers