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Warner's Photoplay Theater, located at 28 East Colorado Street, was a motion picture theater operating in the 1910s and 1920s. This special showing of "Trixie Joins the Auto Club", starring vaudeville star and new film actress Trixie Friganza, was sponsored by the Auto Club of Southern California in the fall of 1914, shortly after the theater's August 3, 1914, grand opening. The theater was known for its air-conditioning, a nice perk in the summer months.