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The Last Remaining Seats: Movie Palaces Of Tinseltown (Architecture and Film)

The Last Remaining Seats Movie Palaces Of Tinseltown Architecture and Film One hundred vivid color images by architectural photographers Robert Berger and Anne Conser record in lavish detail the spectacular sumptuous and often whimsical interiors of of Los Angeles s mos

  • Title: The Last Remaining Seats: Movie Palaces Of Tinseltown (Architecture and Film)
  • Author: Robert Berger Anne Conser
  • ISBN: 9780940512412
  • Page: 107
  • Format: Paperback
  • One hundred vivid color images by architectural photographers Robert Berger and Anne Conser record in lavish detail the spectacular, sumptuous, and often whimsical interiors of 16 of Los Angeles s most important movie palaces built during the 20s and 30s This breathtaking book will thrill anyone interested in Hollywood s rich past and become a treasured cornerstone in tOne hundred vivid color images by architectural photographers Robert Berger and Anne Conser record in lavish detail the spectacular, sumptuous, and often whimsical interiors of 16 of Los Angeles s most important movie palaces built during the 20s and 30s This breathtaking book will thrill anyone interested in Hollywood s rich past and become a treasured cornerstone in the library of every movie buff.

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    1. For anyone interested in architecture and/or history, "Last Remaining Seats" is a treasure trove of information and beautiful photos detailing the lush and ornate architecture and design of LA's movie-palaces. Thankfully, many of these structures are actually being renovated and or refurbished and finding new life in the 21st century. The LA Conservancy hosts weekly tours and yearly events at the theaters, that allow members of the public to explore and relive a piece of a bygone era. Sidebar, i [...]

    2. This deceptively-slim book contains a feast of California theater architecture. Beautiful detail pictures of the lush French-Renaissance styled Orpheum (my personal favorite), the Art Deco Avalon Theater on Catalina Island (ssshh, it's haunted!), the fabulously elaborate Wilturn, the Aztec, the Egyptian, and many others. A few of the theaters are in a state of moldering neglect, just barely ahead of the wrecking ball in some cases One hopes this book will assist in their preservation.

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