PAN PACIFIC AUDITORIUM - LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA
Pan Pacific Auditorium, A Los Angeles structure, considered one of Americas finest examples of Streamline Modern Architecture, designed by architects Wurderman & Becket, opened on May 18, 1935 hosting over the years, The Ice Capades, The Globetrotters, hockey, basketball, music and political events. It was closed in 1972 when the Los Angeles Convention Center opened. Later it was used in the movie Xanadu starring Olivia Newton John and Gene Kelly. On May 24, 1989 the Queen of Streamline, burned to the ground in one of Los Angeles’ most spectacular fires.