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“The last and most ornate movie house”
Welcome to the Historic Los Angeles Theatre, the last and most extravagant of the ornate movie palaces built on Broadway in downtown Los Angeles between 1911 and 1931. Designed by S. Charles Lee with a French Baroque-inspired décor, its majestic six-story main lobby and 2,000 seat auditorium of carved plaster ornamentation, mirrors, and cove-lit murals recall the glamorous days of 1930s Hollywood.
This historic movie palace (strong emphasis on "palace"), is gorgeous. From the vaulted ceilings to the gilded stage, the LAT is a rich visual experience... (Including the bathrooms!) The heck... Read more
If you get a chance to go to an event, concert special screening at the Los Angeles Theater, take it! You will feel like you are back in time during the gold era of Hollwyood. It is one of those... Read more
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