The best remaining seats : the golden age of the movie palace

by Ben M. Hall ; foreword by Bosley Crowther ; new preface by B. Andrew Corsini
« The Best Remaining Seats, is a seminal work in the history of theaters. It was the first to survey the origins and architecture of America's movie palaces, the palatial cinemas built between the 1910s and the 1940s to showcase the films of Hollywood's major studios. »
Ben M. Hall (1921-1970) was an American author and theater historian. In 1969, Hall founded the Theatre Historical Society of America. Réservation en ligne
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