Venue Details

2777 Star Starred
El Capitan Theatre
6838 Hollywood Blvd. Hollywood, CA 90028
800-347-6396
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Marcy G
The parking closest to the venue is a jaw-dropping $20. You can park across the street (near the Chinese Theater) for half the price.
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If your kids sleep early, watch earlier shows.
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Reviews & Ratings

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65 events
35 reviews
8 stars
attended Feb 03 2014

This event was so much fun! Everyone sang a long, there were some great added effects - snow, beach balls, and of course the lovely Elsa who visited before the start of the movie. I had a great time.

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28 events
13 reviews
33 stars
attended Feb 06 2014

It was OK. I don't think Frozen was that good of a movie- prefer other Disney movies. There were less songs than I thought there would be so it wasn't that much of a sing-a-long (many of the songs are more like "singing" lines rather than...continued

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15 events
7 reviews
0 stars
attended Feb 04 2014

I was duped and thought "with Elsa" meant Idina Menzel would be there. It was simply a pretty girl in a dress that walked on stage and twirled around for a couple minutes.

The movie was fantastic. I was in the balcony. Our section was full of...continued

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Website

http://elcapitan.go.com/

Description

El Capitan guests will be the only moviegoers to see a very special version of the Academy Award®-nominated Mickey Mouse short Get A Horse! In the spirit of the 1928 cinema that inspired the short, El Capitan house organist and American Theatre Organ Society (ATOS) Theatre Pipe Organist of the Year Rob Richards’ newly created organ accompaniment will play live on the Mighty Wurlitzer Organ, along with the short film’s soundtrack.