The Spectacular Cinemas of Last Remaining Seats

Take a peek at the luxe Los Angeles Theatre and other movie palaces serving as the settings for the LA Conservancy's classic film series.

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Last Remaining Seats, the long-running Junetime fundraising series from the Los Angeles Conservancy, returns for its 33rd season beginning on June 1. Nine classic films, including a pair of Laurel and Hardy favorites, are on the 2019 schedule.
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Douglas Hill/LA Conservancy
Last Remaining Seats, the long-running Junetime fundraising series from the Los Angeles Conservancy, returns for its 33rd season beginning on June 1. Nine classic films, including a pair of Laurel and Hardy favorites, are on the 2019 schedule.
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The Los Angeles Theatre, which opened in 1931, will be the setting for "It Happened One Night" on June 1
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A look at the Los Angeles Theatre's chandelier'd lobby, a most ornate entry to a movie theater.
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Mike Hume/LA Conservancy
"Los tallos amargos" of Argentina (1956) and "The Maltese Falcon" (1941) will both get the big-screen treatment at The Million Dollar Theatre in DTLA on June 8.
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Larry A. Underhill
It's the beautiful Orpheum Theatre, which hails from 1926. Two Laurel and Hardy flicks will screen earlier in the day on June 22, while "Rebecca" (1940) will follow that evening. They're separately ticketed events.
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What's showing at The Theatre at Ace Hotel? Why it's a matinee of "Spartacus" on June 16.
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Mike Hume
While several films are concentrated around downtown, there is love for The Wiltern, on Wilshire and Western. "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid" (1969) is the matinee on June 29, while "Network" (1976) is the nighttime feature. As for the theater's opening date? It'll mark its centennial in 2031. Need at ticket to one, two, or all? Visit the LA Conservancy site now.
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