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Zinone Cashes In
The 'Gregory Zinone for City Council' committee is holding a fundraiser at the Silent Movie Theatre located at 611 N. Fairfax Ave. in Los Angeles on Friday, February 18, 2005 8:00 PM - 12:00 AM It is a casino night with a silent auction and a 20 minute silent movie viewing. Tickets are $100, and include $25 in casino chips, appetizers and unlimited drinks. The highest winner to receive Grand Prize. To purchase tickets or to donate an auction item, call 818.259.6057.
Hope they screen "The Politicians"(1915)
Update: West LA Online did the research on Zinone so we wouldn't have to.
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