Hollywood Vampires: The Birth of Midnight Movies on L.A.'s Sunset Strip, Part 3

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Hollywood Vampires: The Birth of Midnight Movies on L.A.'s Sunset Strip is a three-part series of essays by Tim Concannon.Praising Arizona: Louis K. Sher Vs. The Censor, The Case Of Les Amants"Whenever I hear the word cinema, I can't help thinking hall rather than film."—Roland Barthes.1kiva. noun. An underground or partly underground chamber in a Pueblo village, used for ceremonies or councils. Origin: Hopi. Old Town Boutique Shops, Scottsdale Main Street in 2011. Site of the former Kiva Theatre, which closed in 1993.Arguably, before El Topo played at the Elgin in New York's West Village in 1971, and before trans performance troupe the Cockettes performed their Nocturnal Dream Shows for film director, impresario, and protégé of Salvador Dalí, Stephen F. Arnold, at the Pagoda Palace Theatre on San Francisco's Russian Hill, midnight movies began at a theatre adjoining Santa Monica Boulevard, where the Underground Cinema 12 film
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