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Last Call for Last Remaining Seats

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We just obtained our tickets for screenings during the Last Remaining Seats seriesorganized by Los Angeles Conservancy each summer. The festival shows classic films in the classic moviehouses around LA, most of which are closed to the public so it's a rare opportunity to see some of LA's glorious motion picture palaces from the inside.

Tickets sell out quickly so be sure to order yours this week before June 1st when the Greta Garbo classic "Ninotchka" opens the series at the Orpheum on Broadway downtown.