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June 7, 1987 | MATHIS CHAZANOV, Times Staff Writer
Los Angeles County Supervisor Ed Edelman said Thursday that he will make one last effort to save the Pan Pacific Auditorium, an abandoned relic of the 1930s that has become a magnet for youth gangs and graffiti artists. He also said the county will try to improve security in nearby Pan Pacific Park, the scene of a fatal shooting during the Memorial Day weekend.
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January 18, 1985 | DALE POLLOCK, Times Film Writer
An ambitious national film and video center was announced Thursday as the centerpiece of the planned restoration of the Pan Pacific Auditorium, culminating a 13-year struggle to save the 50-year-old Los Angeles landmark. The nonprofit American Cinematheque, along with a medium-sized hotel, retail and office space, will be part of the planned $22-million Pan Pacific Center, which is expected to open in early 1987.
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