My posse and I went to El Segundo
The theatre itself is adorable, with Laurel & Hardy dolls and 1920s architecture. There's a tiny ticket office with a precariously small access passageway. A friendly elderly man offers popcorn and candy for a buck. They host silent films and musical performances regularly. We enjoyed singing along to the authentic-looking pre-show Sing-a-long slides with lyrics to "Ain't She Sweet?" and "I'm in the Mood for Love." (I remember when I was little they used to show older Harvey "Little Audrie" & "Caspar The Friendly Ghost" cartoons on TV with "Follow the Bouncing Ball" sing-a-longs, so I already knew "Aint She Sweet?")
* which turns out to be a nice quiet little neighborhood, not an apocalyptic area next to refineries and an airport as I had previously imagined.