Once again the Los Angeles Conservancy brings us their yearly summer treat - Last Remaining Seats. For those not familiar with this event, it is the presentation of some classic films in the classic theatres that are still around in Downtown Los Angeles. Here is the line up for this summer!
Gentlemen Prefer Blondes - Wednesday, May 28 - Los Angeles Theatre
The evening will be hosted by film critic/historian Leonard Maltin, schedule permitting.
Mildred Pierce - Wednesday, June 4 - Million Dollar Theatre
The evening will be hosted by Alan K. Rode, film historian, writer, and director of the Film Noir Foundation.
Goldfinger - Wednesday, June 11 - Orpheum Theatre
Legendary organist Bob Mitchell performs on the Orpheum's Mighty Wurlitzer organ before the show.
Young Frankenstein - Wednesday, June 18 - Los Angeles Theatre
The eveing will be hosted by Harry Medved, author of Hollywood Escapes.
El Rey Del Barrio - Wednesday, June 25 - Million Dollar Theatre
The evening will be hosted by KTTV Fox 11 Reporter Tony Valdez, and will include a live musical performance by the John Villalobos Quartet, playing Boleros and Son Cubano with influences of jazz, flamenco, and blues.
Silent Comedy Classics - Wednesday, July 2 - Orpheum Theatre
Charlie Chaplin's "Pay Day", Harold Lloyd's "Get Out and Get Under", and Buster Keaton's "The Navigator". Acclaimed organist Robert Israel will accompany the films on the Orpheum's Mighty Wurlitzer organ. Maxwell DeMille will host the evening.
The tickets for the more popular movies will go fast, so buy them as soon as you can. Tickets for all six movies are $75 for members and $90 for non-members. Individual movies are $15 for members and $18 for non-members.
For more information and ordering your tickets visit the Los Angeles Conservancy website.