Venue Details

124 Star Starred
Egyptian Theatre
at N Las Palmas Ave 6712 Hollywood Blvd. Hollywood, CA 90028
323-461-2020
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Albert R.
they had some inexpensive combos including a small popcorn, small soda and candy for just $9 which was perfect!
The Sound of Music dining May 21 2014 star this tip starred
Albert R.
$10 parking lot directly behind theater, $5 parking down the block (away from Hollywood) if you don't mind walking
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4 reviews
3 stars
attended Dec 23 2010

The theater is a little old but its nice. Parking is around the corner and its cash only so make sure to take cash. But other than that the movie was AWESOME!! I have never seen it and it was just an amazing movie to watch on big screen plus the...continued

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attended Dec 23 2010

They don't make movies like this anymore! Seeing it on the big screen brought the lovely details into focus. I'll make it a yearly event.

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Quotes & Highlights

Check out the It’s a Wonderful Life trailer on YouTube.

Description

Director Frank Capra’s inspiring classic balances pathos and joy in the tale of distraught George Bailey (James Stewart at his finest), who is about to commit suicide on Christmas Eve — until a helpful elderly angel named Clarence (Henry Travers) shows him how his death would affect those around him. Featuring Donna Reed as the love of George’s life in the role that launched her to stardom, and a young, charming Gloria Grahame. If you’ve only seen it on TV, see it now on the big screen, the way it was meant to be seen!

About the Ticket Supplier: American Cinematheque

The American Cinematheque is a non-profit, viewer-supported cultural organization dedicated exclusively to the public presentation of the Moving Picture in all its forms. The Cinematheque presents the best of film and video – ranging form the classics to the outer frontiers of the art form.