Los Angeles Historic Theatre Foundation presents
All About the Academy and Save the Fox Inglewood
An overview of Inglewood’s Historic Theatres and a tour of the Fox
Saturday, February 20, 10:30 am; Doors open at 10:00 am (note time change)
Free Admission – The Public is Invited
The Academy Cathedral
3141 W Manchester Blvd. (at Crenshaw)
Inglewood CA 90305
Parking available behind the Cathedral
For directions to The Academy, click here: http://tinyurl.com/ykrnsh5
Inglewood and its historic theatres are Topic A for the LAHTF’s next All About docu-tour as we take close-up looks at The Academy (1939 S. Charles Lee) and the Fox Inglewood (1949 S. Charles Lee and Carl Moeller). We will also take a brief photographic tour of Inglewood’s other historic theatres. Many thanks to the Inglewood Historic Site Preservation Committee, Pastor Doyle Hart and the folks at The Academy Cathedral and Mark Fields, owner of the Fox Inglewood.
SAVE THE FOX INGLEWOOD!
DANGER! This incredible cultural resource is up for sale at auction and faces an uncertain future.
LEARN how you can become involved in a grass roots community drive to preserve, restore and rehabilitate the Fox as a multi-purpose entertainment and special events venue.
TOUR – The Academy and get a sneak peek of the fabulous Fox Inglewood!
SEE – Theatre Historian Ed Kelsey’s PowerPoint presentations on Inglewood Historic Theatres, The Academy and the Fox.
HIDDEN IS REVEALED – Discover for yourself two iconic and seldom seen buildings.
PARTICIPATE! – Join with the LAHTF and the folks in Inglewood to save and use an incredible historic theatre.
SNEAK PREVIEW! Here’s a brief look at the Fox Inglewood on our YouTube channel.
Photos of the Fox can be found here – http://cinematreasures.org/theater/2180/ or
From our Friends at Heritage Square comes a SPECIAL SCREENING OF
“The Legend of Pancho Barnes and the Happy Bottom Riding Club”
FEBRUARY 25, at the LAEMMLE THEATER, PASADENA
This is the story of flamboyant but skilled female aviatrix of the 1920’s, Florence “Pancho” Barnes. This high-flying gal was born and raised in Pasadena, and used to go horseback riding with a young George S. Patton across the Alhambra plains (the ones in SoCal, not Spain). One of only two dozen female fliers in the U. S. at that time, she took part in barnstorming shows, competed in air races (and broke Amelia Earhart’s speed record), and was a movie stunt flier, friends with such legendary Hollywood folks as George Hurrell, Ramon Navarro, and Howard Hughes. This film is the first to detail the fascinating life of a woman who made many contributions to aviation and was so much a part of Southern California history.
This special screening benefits Heritage Square Museum and the Pasadena Museum of History.
$15/Matinee (5PM) and $20/ evening show. Evening ticket includes a reception at Vroman’s Bookstore, immediately next to the theater.
For tickets call (323) 225-2700, ext. 223
More information at www.heritagesquare.org