Los Angeles CA – Last Remaining Seats schedule announced!
Start Date: May 30, 2012
End Date: June 30, 2012
Time: 8:00 pm to 8:00 pm
We are excited to announce the schedule for 2012’s Last Remaining Seats!
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As always, Los Angeles Conservancy members enjoy advance purchase and discounts on tickets. Tickets go on sale members at 10 a.m. PDT March 28, and to the general public April 11. Join now for advance sales and discounts!
2012 LRS Lineup
(subject to change; details to come)
Wednesday, May 30
Los Angeles Theatre (1931) , Downtown L.A.
Paper Moon (1973)
Wednesday, June 6
Orpheum Theatre (1926) , Downtown L.A.
Wednesday, June 13
Los Angeles Theatre, Downtown L.A.
The Big Sleep (1946)
Wednesday, June 20
Million Dollar Theatre (1918) , Downtown L.A.
Los tres mosqueteros (1942)
co-presented withthe Latin American Cinemateca of Los Angeles
Wednesday, June 27
Orpheum Theatre, Downtown L.A.
Robin Hood (1922)
Saturday, June 30
Two shows! 2 p.m. and 8 p.m.
Saban Theatre (1930) , Beverly Hills
The Wizard of Oz (1939)
The Wizard of Oz has never screened before at Last Remaining Seats. We’re excited to present this iconic film as the 2012 Fan Favorite!
Making this first-time screening even more special, it’ll be at the historic Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills, also for the first time ever! Designed by S. Charles Lee, the Saban opened as the Fox Wilshire Theatre in 1930. It has been beautifully renovated, and we are thrilled to be there this year for Last Remaining Seats.
Plus, we’ll have two screenings, matinee and evening, on a Saturday, perfect for those with young kids or who have difficulty coming downtown on Wednesday nights.
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