Los Angeles Theatre
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Los Angeles Theatre information
This 1931 theater is the most lavish movie palace on the strip. The soaring lobby is a sparkling hall of mirrors with a three-tiered fountain, crystal chandeliers and a grand central staircase leading to an auditorium where Albert Einstein and other luminaries enjoyed the premiere of Charlie Chaplin’s City Lights . Restored, it presents special events and screenings.